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INTERVIEW-Sao Paulo to provide vaccine to its people even without federal govt help - governor

SAO PAULO, Aug 28 (Reuters) - The Brazilian state of Sao Paulo will roll out a vaccination program to its population even without federal government assistance, governor Joao Doria told Reuters in an interview on Friday.

Doria said the vaccine would still require approval by the health regulator Anvisa and the completion of clinical trials. (Reporting by Eduardo Simoes and Stephen Eisenhammer; Editing by Sandra Maler)

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