‘Not yet’: Bolsonaro turns down Johnson’s call to get AstraZeneca vaccines

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Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro turned down Boris Johnson’s call to ‘get AstraZeneca vaccines’ during a meeting in New York on Monday. The UK prime minister praised the vaccine, saying he has had it twice. In response, Bolsonaro pointed to himself, laughing, and wagged his finger. ‘Not yet,’ he said through an interpreter. Bolsonaro boasted he had developed ‘excellent’ immunity to Covid after contracting it

Boris Johnson uses Bolsonaro meeting to promote AstraZeneca jab

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