BRAZIL - CORONAVIRUS - VACCINATION

BRAZIL - CORONAVIRUS - VACCINATION

The 5-year-old boy Brayan Miguel Costa receives the first pediatric dose of Pfizer's vaccine against covid-19 at Hospital da Cruz Verde, in Sao Paulo, in Brazil, on January 17, 2022. The city of Sao Paulo started today the immunization of children from 5 to 11 years old. In this first stage, children with comorbidities and permanent disabilities (physical, sensory or intellectual) will receive the vaccine, as well as indigenous villagers and quilombolas. Photo: WERTHER SANTANA/ESTADAO CONTEUDO (Agencia Estado via AP Images)

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Contributor: Agencia Estado

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January 17, 2022 07:56:44 AM
January 17, 2022 10:21:56 PM
WERTHER SANTANA
AGESTA
ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Childhood immunizations, Child and teen health, Childhood immunizations, Public health, Immunizations, Lung disease, Coronavirus, Health, Diseases and conditions, Infectious diseases, Coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic
SAO PAULO, SP, BRAZIL
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ICARO MARQUEZI

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