Amid record Covid-19 deaths and contagion, Bolsonaro rejects restrictions on movement, asks people to return to work

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro, criticized the measures that seek to restrict the movements of the population in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, claiming falsely that "hunger kills much more than the virus itself".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - March has been by far the worst month of the pandemic in Brazil, with more than 66,000 fatalities. On Tuesday, March 30, 3,780 deaths were recorded, bringing the total to 321,515.

The President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, has criticized the measures that seek to restrict the population's movement in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and has assured people that "hunger kills much more than the virus itself."

Bolsonaro expressed his point of view in an appearance before journalists, without taking questions. "Brazil has to get back to work. The population has . . .

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