Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Tested COVID-19 Positive Again? Check Updates

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Tested COVID-19 Positive

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was quarantined a week ago as he was suffering from the coronavirus. According to our sources, the Brazilian President is tested positive with COVID-19 again. The President confirmed this news via reporters into the country. The President was infected on 7th July, and it was noted that he didn’t enjoy his Quarantine much. The President was bored locked inside his sanatorium room. He believes that the coronavirus is a normal flue.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro

After a few days, the test will be conducted again, and if found negative, he will continue his work schedule from this week. Bolsonaro is the same man who earlier stated that the coronavirus is nothing but a small flue. The people of Brazil were dying, and on the other hand, his Statements were creating controversies throughout the country.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Tested COVID-19 Positive

Brazil has registered 74000 death because of coronavirus, and more than 2 million confirmed COVID-19 cases. The virus is growing day by day, and still, there is no support to stop this pandemic.

According to our sources, the Brazilian prime minister took anti-malaria drug Hydrochloroquine as his principal vaccine. Let me inform you that this drug is an unproven vaccine for COVID-19.

Let’s hope that the situation gets better, and the President of Brazil may seek his duty soon. Till then, stay safe guys, if anything new occurs world wire will notify you.

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