Brazil’s Acting Health Minister Announces Covid-19 Vaccine for Next January

On the same day, President Bolsonaro stated that no one could be forced to take a vaccine.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's acting Health Minister Eduardo Pazuello said on Tuesday, September 8th, that a Covid-19 vaccine would be rolled out for all Brazilians in January 2021.

“We are closing contracts with vaccine manufacturers and the forecast is that a vaccine will arrive for us starting in January next year and we will start vaccinating everyone,” Eduardo Pazuello said in a video posted to social media.

Pazuello and other ministers were responding to questions from Esther Castilho, a 10-year-old YouTuber wearing a cowboy hat. Pazuello did not give details on which vaccine would be . . .

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