Bolsonaro will go to the UN to present “the truths of Brazil” but without vaccination

According to the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the mandatory vaccination cannot be imposed on Bolsonaro in his capacity as head of state; however, the diplomatic staff accompanying him will comply with this requirement.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has not been inoculated against Covid-19 due to his naturally acquired immunity, confirmed Friday that he will travel to New York next Sunday to attend the opening of the UN General Assembly two days later, where he will present "the truths" of Brazil.

"I'll travel Sunday, give the inaugural address Tuesday and then return," the president said, without dwelling on the controversy in the United Nations over mandatory covid vaccination demanded by the New York City Council, where the organism's headquarters are located.

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