“What Are You Afraid Of? Face It,” Says Bolsonaro About Coronavirus Deaths

"I'm sorry. I'm sorry for the deaths. People die every day from a variety of causes. It's life. My wife is now infected. After almost a month since I caught the virus, she caught it," Bolsonaro added.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro suggested on Friday, July 31st, during a visit to Bagé, in Rio Grande do Sul, that people should face Covid-19, given that "you are all going to catch it one day", he said. Over 91 thousand people have already died because of the coronavirus in the country.

"I'm in the risk group. I've never been neglectful. I knew one day I'd catch it. Unfortunately, I think almost all of you will catch it someday. What are you afraid of? Face it," said the President, after causing a crowd, taking . . .

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