Covid’s CPI hears a participant in the request for

Covid’s Parliamentary Inquiry Commission (CPI) listens to José Ricardo Santana, former employee of the National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa). According to Roberto Ferreira Dias, former director of the Department of Logistics at the Ministry of Health, Santana attended a dinner at Vasto restaurant, in Brasília Shopping, on February 25, when the request for a bribe of US$ 1 per dose of vaccine was reported. from AstraZeneca.

According to the testimony of the Minas Gerais Military Police corporal Luiz Paulo Dominghetti Pereira, representative of the US company Davati Medical Supply, Roberto Ferreira Dias charged a bribe of US$ 1 per dose of vaccine, during the negotiation of 400 million units of the immunizing agent produced by the British laboratory AstraZeneca, in partnership with the University of Oxford. The value presented by Dominghetti would have been $3.50 per dose. With the bribe, Dias suggested that he charge $4.50 per dose.

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With Dias, in addition to José Ricardo Santana, Lieutenant Colonel Marcelo Blanco was present, who was also an employee of the Ministry of Health. According to Dias, it was precisely Blanco who took Dominguetti to the Vasto restaurant.

Dias denied the charge of bribery, as did Marcelo Blanco.

After the complaint, the server Roberto Ferreira Dias, considered to be the godfather of the leader of the government of Jair Bolsonaro in the Chamber, Ricardo Barros (PP-PR), who is at the center of another complaint of bribery involving Covaxin vaccines, was exonerated from the folder.

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Edition: Vivian Virissimo

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