RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Monday, July 20th, the day the world dawned with the news that at least two vaccines have progressed in research - among them the Oxford vaccine now being tested in Brazil - the government of Brazil's well-off southern State of Paraná also made an important announcement. The state will set aside R$100 million for the purchase of vaccines against the novel coronavirus.
The announcement was made by Governor Ratinho Jr. (PSD), who said the measure has been referred to the Legislative Assembly of Paraná (ALEP). "We have included a R$100 million resource in . . .