RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil should have already immunized 431,983 indigenous people against Covid-19. Despite including indigenous villagers among the first four priority groups, only 164,592 were immunized in the campaign's first month, according to government figures updated at 1 PM on Wednesday, February 17th.
The low percentage of vaccination in Brazil (62% of all indigenous have not yet had any shot) is even higher in the Amazon region (71%). It is ithere that most leaders report the spread of fake news warning indigenous people against what they call "the vaccine with the chip [mark] of . . .