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Pfizer study to vaccinate whole Brazilian town against COVID

October 6th, 2021 | Tags:
Pfizer Inc will study the effectiveness of its vaccine against COVID-19 by inoculating the whole population over the age of 12 in a town in southern Brazil, the company said today. Photo: Internet Source
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BRASILIA, Brazil – Pfizer Inc will study the effectiveness of its vaccine against COVID-19 by inoculating the whole population over the age of 12 in a town in southern Brazil, the company said today.

The study will be conducted in Toledo, population 143,000, in the west of Parana state, together with Brazil’s National Vaccination Program, local health authorities, a hospital and the federal university.

Pfizer said the purpose was to study the behaviour of COVID-19 in a “real life scenario” after the population has been vaccinated.

“The initiative is the first and only of its kind to be undertaken in a developing country in collaboration with a pharmaceutical company,” Pfizer said.

3 Responses to “Pfizer study to vaccinate whole Brazilian town against COVID”

  • Lab rats (07/10/2021, 00:56) Like (10) Dislike (2) Reply
    Why blacks are being soo stupid ?
    Why isn’t this study in USA?
    • ??? (08/10/2021, 12:16) Like (1) Dislike (2) Reply
      Toledo in Brasil is more than 75% white and less than 5% black. Do you have anything else to say?
  • Madussa (13/10/2021, 13:26) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    So they are going to "FORCE" everyone over 12 years old to take it? "FORCE" because everyone does NOT want to take it and everyone medically cannot take it. Brazil is in for a lot of heartache.


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