The worldwide “vaccine tourism” boom

Among those identified as keen on packing their bags in search of vaccination, there are reports of Brazilians who left the country bound for the United States, where, unlike in their home country, there is ample supply of immunizers.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The uneven progress of Covid-19 vaccination around the world has begun to fuel a type of tourism dedicated to securing immunizer shots against the novel coronavirus.

Some countries like the United States, Russia, and Cuba have taken a position on the case. Among those identified as keen on packing their bags in search of vaccination, there are reports of Brazilians who left the country bound for the United States, where there is ample supply of immunizers, unlike in their home country.

In the state of Florida, proof of residence is not required in vaccination centers . . .

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