The Brazilian region most affected by the pandemic is the state of Sao Paulo with 4,466 cases and 260 deaths.Full Story
A study analyzed 1.2 million posts on Twitter between January 1 and March 15 concerning the COVID-19 pandemic and the pro-Bolsonaro protests of the 15th.Full Story
The hoarding of medical supplies by the United States is also affecting other countries' capabilities to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the president of a country with 210 million inhabitants, the Health Minister, a doctor who recommends social isolation, is not "humble" enough to lead the COVID-19 war.
The packed living conditions, poor sanitation, lack of healthcare and flouting of lockdown measures make Brazil’s slums – home to around 11 million people or 6 percent of the population – particularly vulnerable to the virus.
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The 20-year-old woman from the Kokama tribe tested positive for the new coronavirus, COVID-19.
"It is a war. We need scientific support to win it," Rui Costa, the Workers’ party governor of Bahia said.
Meanwhile, President Bolsonaro continues to contradict the epidemiologists' recommendations.
Jair Bolsonaro is not in a position to govern the country and face such a pandemic, the opposition said.
"Some are going to die, they will die. Sorry, it's life. You can't stop a car factory just because you have traffic deaths,” Jair Bolsonaro said.