The governor-elect of São Paulo, Tarcisio de Freitas (Republicans), has postponed his promise to suspend health passports in the state.
According to the portal UOL, the promise "was made to please Bolsonaro voters" and is not a priority on the agenda of the transition government.
During the electoral campaign, Tarcisio was criticized for defending compulsory vaccination, but he backtracked a few days later and said he "cares for the freedom of choice" of citizens.
The disregard for the promise was already taking shape with the election of infectiologist Esper Kallás as head of the Butantan Institute. Kall . . .