“An HIV Patient Is an Expense for Everyone Here in Brazil,” Says Bolsonaro

According to the president, the sexual abstinence program was established because the Workers' Party proclaimed that 'anything goes' and reached a point of 'total depravation'.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro decided to speak out about the government's campaign that encourages sexual abstinence as a prevention for premature pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.

As he left the Alvorada Palace on Wednesday morning, February 5th, Bolsonaro said that an HIV patient is an expense for everyone in Brazil.

"A person with HIV, in addition to having a serious problem, is an expense for everyone here in Brazil," said the president, who reported as an example the case of a young woman who purportedly had her second child at age 15 and who contracted HIV . . .

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