Brazil’s Bolsonaro at UN: We regret all deaths that occurred during the pandemic

"We support vaccination. However, we stand against the vaccination passport," he said. Bolsonaro also said that until November, all Brazilians who want to be vaccinated would be attended.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In a speech at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly, President Jair Bolsonaro said on Tuesday (21) that he regrets all the deaths that occurred during the Covid-19 pandemic, but that isolation and lockdown measures left a legacy in inflation, mainly, regarding food.

He stressed that he has always been committed to fighting the pandemic, but also to the economy. Bolsonaro also highlighted the measures taken by the government, such as the emergency program that paid billions to 65 million Brazilians, and the maintenance of employment and income.

The president also said that the country . . .

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