Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is tested COVID-19 Positive

65-year-old Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was recently tested, and the test came out as positive. Bolsonaro was not feeling well for a few days. There were many such symptoms in him which occur in coronavirus-infected patients. After this, the test was done. The President announced that he is corona positive and that he is under medication.

Brazil is one of those countries where the coronavirus has spread quite badly. 1.6 million people are infected in Brazil. Of this, about one million people have been cured, while more than 65 thousand people have died.

After America, the worst situation is in Brazil. It has found more than 1.7 million people in Corona positive, which is the highest in the world after America. At the same time, 69,254 people have died in the country. The number of the death in the country is also the highest in the world after America. Bolsonaro has been criticized for not showing seriousness about the coronavirus epidemic since the very beginning.

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Since March, four tests have been conducted on the Brazilian Prime Minister. The first three coronavirus test reports came out as negative. However, the fourth and the recent test came out as positive. Jair Bolsonaro has said, ‘I’m fine, normal. I wanted to go for a walk here but could not go due to medical advice. ”

Jair Bolsonaro has been reprimanded by the court for not following the protocols properly

He has opposed the lockdown, which is the need of the hour to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The Brazilian Prime Minister did not even follow simple rules like social distancing. For this, even the country’s court has reprimanded him. The judge said that the President of the country must wear a mask in public, and if he does not do so, he can be fined.

“The president of the republic must take all necessary measures to avoid the transmission of Covid-19 – be that to protect his own health or that of those around him,” Renato Coelho Borelli ruled, according to a transcript published by the Estado de São Paulo newspaper.