Police identify man who threatened Anvisa for Covid vaccine in children

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The Civil Police of Paraná (PCPR) said on Friday (5) that it had identified the man who threatened authorities in the state of Paraná and the National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) regarding vaccination against Covid-19 in children.

According to the PCPR, he was conducted and heard in a statement by the State Civil Police on Thursday (4) and reported that he regretted having made the threats. But investigations continue.

This is the first threat received by directors, as well as members of the Government of Paraná, made last Friday (29), said the PCPR.

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Anvisa reported having received two emails with threats to servers, directors, outsourced employees and their families, if vaccines against Covid-19 for children are approved.

The new threat was received by the agency 24 hours after a first email sent to Anvisa with threats from an alleged father who refuses to vaccinate his son.

The five directors of the agency filed a report with the Federal Police after being threatened, as reported by CNN policy analyst Basília Rodrigues.

In the note, Anvisa states that, after receiving the new threats, it alerted “the same federal authorities already alerted the day before, when the first threat was made” — the presidencies of the Republic, the Senate, the Chamber and the STF; the Attorney General’s Office; the Ministries of Justice and Health; Civil House; Federal police; and Public Security Secretariat of the Federal District.

(Posted by Camila Neumam)

Reference: CNN Brasil

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