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Brazilian Vice President Moran returned to work after recovering from COVID-19 and said he would be vaccinated.

Brazilian Vice President Moran returned to work after recovering from COVID-19 and said he would be vaccinated.

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January 11th local time, Brazilian Vice President Moran pointed out in an interview with the media that coronavirus vaccination is not a personal problem, but a collective problem.

That day was also his first day of returning to work after recovering from COVID-19.

Moran also said that despite previous exposure to the novel coronavirus, he would still be immunized under the national immunization plan for priority groups set by the Brazilian Ministry of Health.

It is reported that the immunization program for priority groups launched by the Brazilian Ministry of Health will cover 49.6 million people across the country, including medical professionals and the elderly at high risk of infection.

The plan divides the vaccination population into four groups. According to the requirements of different groups at each stage, Morang, 67 years old, will be placed in group 2 to be vaccinated. This stage will face people between 60 and 74 years old.

According to the Brazilian Ministry of Health, as of the 10th local time, the number of COVID-19 deaths in Brazil had reached 203,100, and Moran said he was sad about this figure.

But he also pointed out that thanks to the efforts of medical personnel, a large number of patients have been cured nationwide.

On December 27, 2020, Brazilian Vice President Moran was diagnosed as infected while undergoing a coronavirus test, and then he was quarantined and treated at his residence.

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