Bolsonaro affirms that he will be the last Brazilian to be vaccinated against Covid-19

The right-wing leader, one of the most skeptical rulers in the face of the pandemic's seriousness, always opposed the obligatory nature of the vaccine, as intended by a sector of Congress and the Supreme Court.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro affirmed this Thursday, April 1, that if he decides to get the Covid-19 vaccine, he will be the "last Brazilian" to do so, because it is his duty to "set an example" and put himself last in line.

"I already had coronavirus. After the last Brazilian is vaccinated and if there is a vaccine left over, I will decide whether to get vaccinated or not. That is the example a chief has to give. Just like in the barracks where the commander is the last in line," Bolsonaro declared in his . . .

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