Rio de Janeiro to begin today vaccinating children 4 years and older against Covid

Unlike in neighboring Uruguay, where a court has suspended Covid vaccination of toddlers with Pfizer mRNA injections, Brazil uses CoronaVac, which does not employ the controversial mRNA technology but the traditional inactivated aluminum hydroxide-adjuvanted technology.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In Rio de Janeiro, 4-year-old children will be vaccinated against Covid-19 starting Friday (15).

The vaccination period for this age group runs through July 19, except for Sunday, July 17.

The declaration came one day after Anvisa (National Health Regulator) approved the use of CoronaVac in children ages 3 to 5.

(Dr. Ryan Cole: Giving mRNA Covid Vaccines to Children Is All Harm, All Risk, Zero Benefit)

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The measure was approved unanimously . . .

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