Sources said that the Brazilian government has not yet asked the US not to apply Kovid vaccines.

Rio de Janeiro (Reuters) – The Brazilian government has not yet asked the US government for vaccines against Kovid-19 that are not used in the United States, according to two people with knowledge of the situation, Despite the fact that the US had agreed to send approximately 4 million doses of AstraZeneca’s antibodies to Mexico and Canada the week.

The number of coronovirus deaths in Brazil is around 300,000, second only to the United States, and the country’s health system is collapsing due to a record increase in cases.

President Zaire Bolsonaro’s government has been criticized for a slow and irregular vaccination program amid a shortage of vaccines. Earlier this month, Brazil called on the Chinese embassy to help China receive 30 million doses to ensure that the vaccination campaign was not interrupted.

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