Fear of Brazilian virus variant leads to more xenophobia against Brazilians in Europe

From Ireland, where around 50,000 Brazilians officially live, reports of discrimination also come with direct mentions of the pandemic in Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL -  The lack of control of the pandemic in Brazil and the concern over the variants identified in the country are already making Brazilians living in Europe the subject of discrimination and offensive comments. They are accused of having spread Covid-19 across the continent.

In France, which last Tuesday (13) determined the temporary opened-end suspension of flights with Brazil due to the health situation, social networks are full of publications . . .

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