Brazil’s ex-Minister of Health Pazuello refuses to appear before Senate CPI on Covid-19

"Ex-minister Pazuello says that this weekend he had contact with two colonels who have Covid," explained Senator Otto Aziz, the committee's president.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - General Eduardo Pazuello, Brazil's ex-minister of Health and whose management of the pandemic is under investigation by Justice, on Tuesday, May 5, announced that he will not appear before the Parliamentary Inquiry Committee (CPI) because he had contact with people with Covid-19.

"Ex-minister Pazuello says that this weekend he had contact with two colonels who have Covid," explained Senator Otto Aziz, the committee's chair, when announcing Pazuello's failure to appear this Wednesday, as planned.

Aziz said that the committee will decide later when Pazuello's testimony will be taken, which . . .

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