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Covid 19 coronavirus: China's Sinovac vaccine trial suspended in Brazil after participant dies

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Covid 19 coronavirus: China's Sinovac vaccine trial suspended in Brazil after participant diesBrazil has suspended clinical trials for China's coronavirus vaccine after a participant died.Instituto Butantan, the research centre in Sao Paulo developing the vaccine in partnership with Sinovac, a private Chinese firm, said...
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