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Brazilian state of São Paulo makes coronavirus vaccine mandatory for its 46 million residents

Brazil's most populous state will make the coronavirus vaccine compulsory for its 46 million residents, putting São Paulo Governor João Doria at odds with President Jair Bolsonaro, a noted coronavirus skeptic who has said he will not get inoculated. Terrence McCoy, The Washington Post's Brazil correspondent, joins CBSN from Rio de Janeiro to discuss.
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