Covid-19: Brazil’s Health Minister: “Soon, we will be dispensing with masks”

In a new attack on vaccines, Bolsonaro further stated that without being vaccinated, he has greater immunity than those who have taken the Coronavac.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Health Minister Marcelo Queiroga on Thursday, September 16, said that Brazil will soon dispense with the obligation to wear masks. According to President Jair Bolsonaro, the ordinance should be issued "soon".

"Soon, we will be free from the obligation to wear masks. Those who want to wear masks, do so. But this mania of wanting to create laws for everything...Soon there will be a law requiring children to be vaccinated to go to school. You don't need a vaccine to go to school," said Queiroga in a live stream on social networks alongside President . . .

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