Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has repeatedly criticized the vaccination against covid-19.

But in the country's largest city, São Paulo, more than 92 percent of adults have received their second dose of vaccine, and the state's vaccine coordinator says they now go by the name "vaccine capital".

- So we have an important role as a role model in the country, says vaccine coordinator Sandra Sabino.

Watch SVT's Latin America correspondent Tigran Feiler's report from São Paulo in the clip above.