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Bolsonaro tells Brazilian people to ‘stop crying’ on Kovid

About 260,000 people have died since Kovid-19 in Brazil, the second largest epidemic in the world after the United States.

President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday urged Brazilians to “shut down” about the Kovid-19 and renewed their attacks on stay-at-home measures to prevent the epidemic, amid cases that to hospitals being on the verge. Pushing on.

The latest controversial comments from the far-right leader, who regularly gives expert advice on fighting the new coronovirus despite himself being contracted last year, after Brazil recorded the second daily record of Kovid-19 deaths over the course of several days some cities. And asks to revert to partial lockdown.

“Stop crying. How long will you cry about it?” Bolsanaro said at the inauguration ceremony of a new rail line in the central state of Goa.

“How long will you be at home?” How long are you going to keep everything off? He said that people can no longer take it.

“We regret the deaths …. But if we stop everything, where will Brazil end?”

About 260,000 people have died since Kovid-19 in Brazil, the second largest epidemic in the world after the United States.

Bolsonaro’s comments came as a growing list of cities and states announced new partial lockdown measures, including the city of Rio de Janeiro and the state of São Paulo.

The difficult country of 212 million people is the deadliest week of the pandemic, with over 1,300 deaths per day over the past seven days.

An explosion of cases partially blamed on a new version of the virus that emerged in the Amazon rainforest has filled intensive care units for capacity in many areas.

Bolsonaro compared the virus to a “small flu” that paused controversy by comparing home remedies and railings against face masks, noting that vaccination could “turn you into a crocodile”. , And despite studies may push the drug hydroxychloroquine. This is ineffective against COVID-19.

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