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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) Deputy Director General, Mariângela Simão, said yesterday that it is possible to "be sure" that Brazil will not have mass vaccination against the novel coronavirus in 2021.

"There won't be enough vaccines next year to inoculate the entire population, so the W.H.O. is advising a prioritization to inoculate healthcare professionals and people over 65 years of age or who have some associated disease," she said in an interview to CNN Brasil.

Mariângela also said that "it is reasonable" to assume that by late . . .

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