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Peru: Journalist denounces corruption by businessmen and officials to gain irregular access to Covid-19 vaccine

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"Carlos Paredes, the journalist who denounced the vaccines: "Everything Vizcarra says is a string of lies", 16 February 2021

...Investigative journalist Carlos Paredes revealed last week that former president Martín Vizcarra received doses of the Sinopharm vaccine when it was in the third phase of clinical trials. In an interview with El Comercio, he gave details of how he obtained this information and spoke of an alleged "vaccine festival" involving businessmen, journalists and relatives of Ministry of Health officials...The Vizcarra case has led to confessions by former foreign minister Elizabeth Astete and former deputy minister Luis Suárez-Ognio. Can we expect a chain of new confessions...I think so because there was a chain of hidden 'VIP vaccines'. We are talking about a massive vaccination using and abusing the power of certain people, starting with the government. I am told that the list has to do with many people, from businessmen, people related to the world of medicine, to journalists... Let them tell us once and for all what has happened with the vaccines. They are vaccines that entered the country as part of a clinical trial, that had no sanitary registration and that have been offered by a company with which Peru has signed a million-dollar contract…