Eduardo Bolsonaro compares Brazil to Taliban for not being allowed to promote Covid-19 early treatment

President Jair Bolsonaro's son was diagnosed with Covid-19 and said he has been taking drugs with no proven effectiveness against the disease.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Federal deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro, who was diagnosed positive for Covid-19 on Friday, September 24, compared Brazil to the Taliban, a terrorist organization that took over Afghanistan.

The statement was made during a live stream on social media, in which the deputy lamented the fact that he is not allowed to promote drugs with no scientifically proven effectiveness against the novel coronavirus.

In the video, he was visibly tired, with bloodshot eyes and flu-like symptoms, such as coughing. According to the deputy, he did not have a fever.

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