The British ambassador says the campaign was directed by the Oxford Project

The British ambassador says the campaign was directed by the Oxford Project
Mario Bertini and Peter Wilson

UK Ambassador to Brazil Peter Wilson greeted the city on Twitter for the mass vaccination. The Embassy is a research partner with the University of Oxford.

Wilson was in the woods this weekend, where he was accompanied by Minister Marcelo Guerrero at a designated reception in Pinocchio. This Sunday, the 16th, he followed the first moments of vaccination in the city.

“In the fight (SP), Minister @ mqueiroga2 used the first of 80,000 doses of the Oxford-Acid vaccine. Impressive: There were 5200 doses in the first hour! With today’s mass vaccination, we will learn more about protection against the disease. #VacinaSim”, Tuitou.

He used the opportunity to congratulate the city on its infrastructure and admiration. He took advantage and praised the city administration.

“Congratulations to Mayor Mario Eduardo Bardini on the mass vaccination and it’s going well today.

Earlier, in an interview with the radio station Creativas eCultural, he said the city’s organization with UNICEF had made possible the project, which included the University of Oxford.

“Undoubtedly, what Pottukatu has to offer with its university (UNESP) is the right organization for this study,” he said in an interview.

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