Brazilian president bosonaro, who has previously downplayed the severity of the new coronavirus outbreak, reiterated on Thursday that Brazil will not be forced to vaccinate when a new coronavirus vaccine is available, Reuters reported Thursday. “A lot of people want to promote the vaccine in a mandatory way, but there is no law on it,” bosonaro said in a live chat with supporters on Facebook < / P > < p > vice president Hamilton morao said earlier that mass vaccination is inevitable in Brazil’s fight against the epidemic, but he firmly supported borsonaro’s position. < / P > < p > according to the latest data released by Brazil’s Ministry of health on the evening of the 3rd, 43773 new crown confirmed cases were added in 24 hours, with a total of 4041638 confirmed cases. < / P > < p > last month, the Brazilian government signed an agreement with AstraZeneca to order 30 million doses of the vaccine developed in cooperation with Oxford University. If the vaccine is effective, it will be able to purchase another 70 million doses. < / P > < p > this country with the largest population in Latin America has become a key trial site for the new crown vaccine. Four vaccines under development have been approved for phase III clinical trials in Brazil. These vaccines are from the joint project of Oxford University and AstraZeneca in the UK, China’s Kexing holding Biotechnology company, Pfizer’s joint project with Germany’s biotechnology company, and the United States Johnson & Johnson’s subsidiary, Janssen pharmaceuticals.