RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian ambassador to the European Union, Marcos Galvão, on Thursday, April 15th, advocated vaccination in the fight against the pandemic and asked for support from the European bloc to purchase more immunizers and medicines in short supply in the South American country. The appeal was made during a meeting of the European Parliament Delegation for relations with Brazil.
"Faced with the situation, our humanitarian, health and economic priorities need to focus on vaccines. There is no other way out of this disaster affecting everyone. It is a race against time to save many lives . . .