João Campos is the youngest agent in all Brazilian capitals and was vaccinated this Wednesday, 4, the first day of immunization for people between 23 and 27 years old in the city
The mayor of the city of Recife, João Campos (PSB), was vaccinated this Wednesday, 4, against the Covid-19. He is the youngest municipal representative of all Brazilian capitals and was contemplated by the new age group for immunization in the city, which opened an appointment to vaccinate people between 23 and 27 years old this Tuesday night. “There is no way to describe exactly what you feel. I was anxious, emotional, grateful… This moment symbolizes many things: trust in science, in SUS, belief in the future, hope for better days”, he published on social networks, saying that “in Recife we respect the queue”. He was immunized with the first dose of Pfizer on the campus of the Federal Rural University of Pernambuco, in the western part of the capital.