- Protesters have taken to the streets across Brazil to protest against the President’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed more than 459,000 people in the South American nation.
- Bolsonaro has been widely criticized for downplaying the risks of the coronavirus and eschewing public health measures, such as lockdowns and curfews.
- A Brazilian Senate commission is conducting an investigation into his government’s coronavirus policies, including whether it failed to secure COVID-19 vaccines, touted unproven drugs, and pressured local leaders who sought to impose health restrictions.
- Bolsonaro has remained defiant despite the criticism, and he continues to reject coronavirus-related restrictions.
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