Covid CPI: Pfizer warned doses would go to other countries should Brazil not reply

In the assessment of members of the Covid CPI, there is evidence that the government began to reply to the laboratory's proposals only after ex-Secretary of Social Communication Fábio Wajngarten joined the negotiations, in November last year

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Messages sent by Pfizer to the Brazilian government, delivered to the Covid CPI (investigative committee), show that the pharmaceutical company alerted that doses reserved for Brazil would be delivered to other countries should there be no response to its proposals.

According to the messages, the last such alert occurred on November 24, 2020, when Pfizer sent an e-mail with the updated agreement terms, recalling that the deadline was December 7. And that after that date, doses reserved for Brazil could be allocated to other countries.

Furthermore, when Pfizer sent the letter to President Jair Bolsonaro . . .

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