Although the country has not yet won the war against Covit-19, with the words “enough is enough”, President Jair Bolsanaro is urging Brazilians to return to work. Brazil has recorded more than 250,000 deaths and nearly 11 million cases since the outbreak began.
“You farmers are not at home, you are not scared. We have to face our problems. Enough complaining and lamenting. How long have you been crying? We have to face our problems,” Bolzano said at a public event.
In the absence of a central strategy, local authorities are forced to take action. The Rio de Janeiro government has announced that a curfew will be imposed in Rio de Janeiro from Friday to limit the time of bars, restaurants and nightclubs.
During the announcement of the new measures, Rio’s Mayor Eduardo Pius explained that the curfew order would last from 11pm to 5am, although restaurants and bars should remain closed until 5pm.
In Sao Paulo, a self-help immunization center offers Chinese coronavirus vaccine to city dwellers. However, many consider the vaccine campaign to be very slow. Brazil is the second country in the world to have the highest number of casualties due to Govt-19.
At the other end of the world, the New Zealand government will ease prison sentences in the populous city of Auckland, and the entire country where only 26 people have died from the virus since the first case was discovered.
“Since we have not detected any cases and are under environmental control, we have decided to move Auckland to Tier 2 on Sunday and the rest of New Zealand to Tier 1, which brings us to the end of the 7-day lock-in.
In New Zealand, with a population of about 5 million, there are 2,389 confirmed infections and 2,295 cured.
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