SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - São Paulo State Governor João Doria announced on Monday that the state vaccination program against the novel coronavirus will begin on January 25th, despite the fact that there is no vaccine registered by the National Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA), which is a prerequisite for the administration of any immunizer in Brazil.
If authorized, the Coronavac, developed by the Butantan Institute in partnership with the Chinese laboratory Sinovac, will be initially administered free of charge to healthcare professionals, people over 60 years of age, indigenous and quilombolas, totaling over nine million people who should be . . .
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