President Bolsonaro felt the symptoms of COVID 19 after declining the seriousness of the epidemic and removing all the precautionary measures for several months. More than 65,000 Brazilians died because of this deadly virus.
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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro opposed social alienation measures and has repeatedly downplayed the threat of coronavirus because the country’s outbreak has become the world’s second-largest outbreak. He said on Tuesday that he had also been infected.
Criticism at home:
Critics at home and abroad have called for Mr. Bolsonaro’s handling of this pandemic to be both robust and vigorous, allowing the virus to spread in Brazil, the largest country in Latin America.
On one occasion, he regarded it as “slightly cold”, and when asked about the increase in the death toll in late April, he replied: “So what? Sorry, but what do you want me to do?”
Mr. Bolsonaro avoided masks and participated in meetings:
As the number of cases soared, Mr. Bolsonaro avoided masks and participated in large-scale meetings with supporters, insisting that the virus would not pose a threat to healthy people.
And advocated unproven remedies, and through the reorganization of the Minister of Health that he did not agree with.
Brazil now has more than 1.6 million confirmed cases and more than 65,000 deaths-more than any country outside the United States.
Mr. Bolsonaros ministers also fell ill:
Mr. Bolsonaro and some of his ministers fell ill two days after attending the luncheon on July 4 at the residence of the American ambassador to Brazil Todd Chapman. Mr. Bolsonaro sat side by side with the other participants without a mask.
Mr. Bolsonaro spoke to reporters:
Speaking to reporters outside Brasilia’s presidential palace shortly after noon on Tuesday, Bolsonaro said he was examined on Monday after feeling tired, with muscle pain and fever.
Bad News hydroxychloroquine is an antimalarial drug not a treatment of coronavirus:
He said he felt “very good.”
President thought that taking hydroxychloroquine as an antimalarial drug, but his research showed that it was not resistant to the virus.
He thought it was an anti-malarial drug. Serious cases of Covid-19 with severe symptoms usually get worse in about a week.
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