Why Brazil Vaccinated 88 Million In 3 Months Against H1N1 And Now Snowboarding Against Coronavirus

Why Brazil Vaccinated 88 Million In 3 Months Against H1N1 And Now Snowboarding Against Coronavirus
  • Raphael Parivos
  • BBC News Brazil in Sao Paulo

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Within three months, nearly half of the population was vaccinated against H1N1 in 2010

Brazil has become an example to follow in this epidemic. The country has exceeded its target and vaccinated more than 88 million people.

When the campaign began, most of the doses needed were already in the hands of the federal government, which had concluded agreements to purchase three vaccines since the previous year.

The government also launched a campaign against rumors that called into question the efficacy and safety of vaccines.

The result: Over 45% of the population has already been vaccinated. He was not vaccinated anywhere in the world as much as here.

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