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Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro says he has tested positive for COVID-19.
The politician – who previously dismissed the disease as a “little flu” – said he began feeling unwell on Sunday.
He said he is taking the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine and the antibiotic azithromycin as treatment.
President Jair Bolsonaro need to follow WHO guidelines on Covid,wearing mask, maintaining social distance and avoid crowd.
Sau Paulo to open its bar restaurant salon small shops for six hours with caution. Restaurants, beauty salons and other businesses that had been shut to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus in Brazil’s economic capital of Sao Paulo reopen, even as the city of 12 million people continues to register new cases.
Jair Bolsonaro undergone another test for Covid-19 after showing symptoms of the virus.
Bolsonaro said an exam showed his lungs are “clean” and that he would test for the coronavirus again. “But everything is fine,” he told supporters as he arrived at the residential palace, according to a social media broadcast on a YouTube channel.
The presidential office confirmed Bolsonaro was tested Monday night at a Brasilia hospital and said results would be available on Tuesday. The president is currently in good health condition, according to a statement, media reports.
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World Health Organization and experts to avoid contamination by the coronavirus, such as avoiding crowds, wearing face masks and maintaining social distance.
The number of people, who have died of COVID-19 in Brazil, has increased by 1,038 to 60,632 within the past 24 hours, the national Health Ministry said on late Wednesday.
Within the same period of time, the number of confirmed cases has risen by 46,712 to 1,448,753. Over 826,000 people have recovered since the start of the outbreak.
A day earlier, Brazil reported about 33,846 new cases of the coronavirus disease and 1,280 new fatalities.
Brazil comes second on a global tally of coronavirus cases after the United States, which has recorded more than 2.6 million COVID-19 patients.