After a period of decline, Brazil’s vaccination rate increased in early March

Although the acceleration is a positive figure, the number is 72% below the country's capacity.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After a week of steady decline, the pace of vaccination in Brazil is picking up. Between March 1st and 4th, the rolling average of doses administered daily increased 35% in the country. The current logistics enable 277,239 Brazilians to get a dose every day, according to a survey on rolling averages by the Our World in Data portal, linked to Oxford University.

Although the acceleration is a positive figure, the number is 72% below the country's capacity. For instance, in the 2020 influenza immunization campaign, about 1 million people were vaccinated daily, and experts . . .

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