Belo Horizonte guarantees another R$ 3.2 million for UFMG vaccine test

Name of the local/regional government
Belo Horizonte
Government representative or decision and policy-maker
Type of initiative
Highest scale of the initiative
Metropolitan Area
Type of response
Contact information:
Bruno Pimenta Starling:
Initiative language

The City of Belo Horizonte will allocate another R$ 3,229,185.00 for studies of the vaccine
against Covid-19 developed by the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG). An
amendment was made to the sponsorship term, providing for the extension of the original contract by 24 months, from January 2022 to
December 2023.

To which (if any) collective(s) is addressed mainly this initiative?
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No distintion
Is this initiative supported by any organization?
This initiative has been created...
As a reaction to specific problems generated by the pandemic

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