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Brazil’s Bolsonaro again targets child vaccination and Health regulator

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - One day after the federal government announced the schedule for childhood vaccination against Covid-19, President Jair Bolsonaro again criticized the vaccine for children.

In an interview with Pernambuco's TV Nova Nordeste, Bolsonaro said he will not vaccinate his 11-year-old daughter and accused the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA) technicians of having some vested interest in releasing the vaccine.

"ANVISA regrettably approved the vaccine for children aged between 5 and 11. I would like to offer my opinion. My 11-year-old daughter will not be vaccinated," Bolsonaro said.

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