After the governor of São Paulo, João Doria (PSDB), affirm this Friday (16) that the vaccination against Covid-19 in the State will be mandatory, the president Jair Bolsonaro (without party) said that the measure could only be taken with authorization from the federal government, and that this will not happen.
On his social networks, Bolsonaro made a post highlighting the excerpt of laws 13,979, of February 6 of this year, and 6,259, of October 30, 1975, in which he emphasizes that “compulsory vaccination and other prophylactic measures may be adopted to fight the pandemic ”, but it is up to the Ministry of Health to prepare the National Immunization Program, including mandatory ones.
– Covid-19 / VACINAÇÃO.- Law 13,979 of 06 / Feb / 2020: Art 3º, item III: THE realization could be adopted…
Posted by Jair Messias Bolsonaro on Friday, October 16, 2020
In another article of the 1975 law, it is described that state governments can propose complementary legislative measures aimed at complying with mandatory vaccinations, but with a prior hearing from the Ministry of Health.
Still in the publication, Bolsonaro points out that the Ministry of Health will offer vaccination, safely and after scientific approval validated by Anvisa, but without imposing or making it mandatory.
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