Brazilians rescued in Wuhan say staying in China would have been preferable

São Paulo native Kenyiti Shindo, who stayed behind in Wuhan, said that the situation in the Chinese city "is virtually normal."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On February 9th last year, Brazilian Air Force (FAB) planes landed in Goiás with 34 Brazilians who had been in Wuhan, China. The city was the epicenter of the coronavirus at the time. But a year later, some of the rescued Brazilians say that staying in China would have been preferable.

"Everyone says that if we had known what [Brazil] would be like today, we wouldn't . . .

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