Analysis: Still wary of Russian vaccine, Brazil clears its own ‘study’ for more data

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By Lisandra Paraguassu BRASILIA (Reuters) – Russian vaccine developers cheered hard-won access to Brazil’s market last week, but with less than a million doses cleared for import, public health experts say the approval is more like a late-stage trial for the Sputnik V shot. Late Friday, Brazilian health regulator Anvisa, which was under pressure from state governors and the country’s Supreme Court, ruled that states could import the Russian COVID-19 vaccine, but included some 20 strict conditions. Those restrictions undercut the impact of the approval and echo a cautious approach to the Russia…

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