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Jun 21, 2021

Bolsonaro, the Donald Trump of Brazil, faces backlash from citizens over Brazil's record-breaking COVID cases and deaths. John Iadarola and David Shuster break it down on The Damage Report. 
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Read more here: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/20/health/brazil-deaths-covid.html
"The Covid-19 death toll in Brazil has now surpassed 500,000, behind only the United States, which marked 600,000 deaths last week, and India, where deaths may range from 600,000 to as high as 4.2 million.
Nearly 18 million people have been infected so far, and the country is averaging almost 73,000 new cases and some 2,000 deaths a day, according to official data. But many experts believe the numbers understate the true scope of the country’s epidemic, as they do in India.
Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, has been heavily criticized for dismissing the threat posed by the virus, despite contracting it himself last year. On Saturday, thousands of people protested his response to the pandemic, including his resistance to mask-wearing edicts and the slow rollout of vaccines, according to Reuters. Only 11 percent of residents are believed to be fully vaccinated."
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