The vaccine push continues.
Pfizer is going to vaccinate everyone in the city of Toledo, Brazil over the age of 12.
They are going to study how long protection lasts from the vaccine.
Pfizer will fully vaccinate everyone in a Brazilian city over the age of 12 to study the safety and efficacy of their vaccine.
The study will follow participants for up to one year to chart how long protection lasts against Covid-19 and the new variants.https://t.co/MiUq1nQTDE
— The New York Times (@nytimes) October 10, 2021
In the southwestern Brazilian city of Toledo, you won’t find much vaccine skepticism. About 98 percent eligible residents there have received at least one dose of a Covid vaccine, according to municipal officials.
Most received the vaccine offered by Pfizer, and this week the drug maker said that presented an opportunity: Pfizer announced that it would fully vaccinate everyone in the city over the age of 12 so it can carry out a study of the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine.
The company will work with local health officials, a hospital, a university and Brazil’s national vaccination program to monitor the transmission of the coronavirus in a “real-life scenario” after the whole population has been vaccinated with the Pfizer-BioNTech serum, Pfizer said.
The study will follow participants for up to one year to investigate how long vaccine protection lasts against Covid-19 and new virus variants.
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