Ministry of Health schedule ignores Chinese vaccine against Covid-19

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The executive secretary of the Ministry of Health, Elcio Franco, drew the attention of the state secretaries on Wednesday (14) by ignoring the Chinese vaccine CoronaVac, made in partnership with the Butantan Institute and with support from the government of São Paulo, during disclosure schedule for vaccination against Covid-19. The information is from Folha de S. Paulo.

The calendar shows only the Oxford vaccine, which is in the testing phase and will be produced by Fiocruz. There is a forecast of 100 million doses in the first half of 2021 and from 100 to 165 million doses in the second half of next year.

According to the newspaper, the São Paulo Health Secretary, Jean Gorinchteyn, reacted to the immunization omission in the schedule. “Vaccines are not being treated republicanly by the Ministry of Health,” he said. The opinion was shared by the other secretaries, as both vaccines are in the same testing phase.

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