“Don’t Invent Lockdowns After Elections,” Urges Brazil’s President Bolsonaro

"The economy is reacting, I pray to God that we return to normality and that they don't invent new confinements and lockdowns next year, after the elections," he asked.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro said on Thursday, November 5th, in his traditional streaming on social media, that Brazil's economy is reacting and, after quoting positive data on job creation in the country, asked mayors and governors not to "invent" new confinements and lockdowns after the November municipal elections.

"The economy is reacting, I pray to God that we return to normality and that they don't invent new confinements and lockdowns for next year, after the elections," he asked.

Bolsonaro cited CAGED (General Registry of Employees) data that have been positive since July as an argument . . .

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