Brazilian Health Minister Says After Elections “No More Talk of Social Distancing”

The Minister of Health pointed out that municipal elections caused crowds, but there was no record of an increase in Covid-19 cases. However, the figures show a rise in infections.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Amid restrictions in some parts of the country to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Minister of Health Eduardo Pazuello said on Wednesday, December 2nd, that there can be no more discussion about social distancing after the campaign for municipal elections . . .

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