Brazil approves Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine for youth aged 6-17

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#Brazil, on Thursday, approved the use of Chinese biopharmaceutical company #Sinovac’s #COVID-19 vaccine for non-immunocompromised young people aged 6 to 17. The Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency, Anvisa, said it would evaluate the use of the Sinovac vaccine on children aged three to five once it obtained more data.

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