Brazil’s São Paulo Says Ingredients for 8.6 Million Vaccine Doses to Arrive on Wednesday

The ingredients are in Beijing’s airport, in China, awaiting discharge and will be used by São Paulo’s state-funded Butantan Institute, which has a partnership with Sinovac to produce the vaccines in Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil’s São Paulo state is expecting to receive on Wednesday, February 3rd, ingredients from Sinovac Biotech Ltd that will allow local production of 8.6 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine, the state government said in a statement on Sunday.

The ingredients are in Beijing’s airport, in China, awaiting discharge and will be used by São Paulo’s state-funded Butantan Institute, which has a partnership with Sinovac to produce the vaccines in Brazil . . .

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