Fact-checked by: Estadão Verifica

2020/10/09 | Brazil

FALSE: A former Education Minister said São Paulo’s state government shouldn’t provide vaccine to all it’s population. He claimed people younger than 35 years-old don’t need to receive the vaccine.

Explanation: About 23.7% of all death occured among people younger than 59 years-old. The former minister also cited the wrong number of doses.

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This false claim originated from: Former Education Minister on Twitter

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