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Corona: No matter what happens, this president will not get his daughter vaccinated with this argument

Brasilia: Where the whole world is in panic again because of the coronavirus. Those who have been vaccinated should be given a booster dose. At the same time, Brazilian President Zaire Bolsonaro has made it clear that he is not going to improve. President Bolsonaro has refused to vaccinate his daughter, raising the question of vaccinating children.

301 children died

According to the news published on our affiliate website WION, Jair Bolsonaro has stated that there have not been many deaths of children from Corona. Therefore, they do not need to be vaccinated. He will not be able to vaccinate his 11-year-old daughter under any circumstances. Bolsonaro has also criticized public health experts. We tell you that vaccination of children in Brazil has become a topic of discussion. Statistics from the government’s coronavirus advisory body show that 301 children between the ages of 5 and 11 have died of covid-19 in the country.

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Death threat

Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Not only that, his employees also received death threats. At the same time, Bolsonaro added fuel to the fire by saying that he wanted to reveal the names of the officials who signed the agreement.

‘Kids Don’t Die Like This’

President Zaire Bolsonaro said Monday that Health Minister Marcelo Cuiroga will explain on January 5 how to run a coronavirus vaccine campaign for children between the ages of 5 and 11. In the southern state of Santa Catarina, the president said children were not dying in a way that would support a vaccine for them. He further added that he hopes there will be no judicial interference in the vaccination process as he is not going to vaccinate his daughter at any cost.

The health minister has given birth to controversy

Earlier, on December 23, Health Minister Quiroga argued that the number of COVID-19 deaths among children did not justify emergency approval. Later, he added that children would need a doctor’s prescription for the coronavirus vaccine, which state health secretaries immediately denied. Significantly, the president’s thinking and policies have been largely blamed for the outbreak of the corona in Brazil.

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