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Brazil’s large coronavirus burial grounds uncovered in surprising pics as chief nonetheless shrugs off bug as ‘just a bit flu’

Brazil’s giant coronavirus burial grounds exposed in shocking pics as leader still shrugs off bug as ‘just a little flu’


BRAZIL’S president brushes coronavirus off as “just a bit flu” after chilling footage of the nation’s mass burial grounds are revealed.

President Jair Bolsonaro, who claims he would “really feel nothing” if he caught the virus, was additionally noticed coughing at an anti lockdown rally.

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Mass graves are being dug at Parque Taruma cemetery in Manaus, Amazonas state[/caption]

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President Jair Bolsonaro was pictured coughing on the anti lockdown protest[/caption]

The sobering photographs of contemporary graves dug on the Parque Taruma cemetery in Manaus, Amazonas state has emerged because the nation battles in opposition to the unfold of Covid-19.

It has been reported that the routine of 30 burials per day has elevated to 120 in Amazonas.

Town authorities claims that the ‘trench opening’ methodology is worldwide.

Entry to the cemetery is restricted and solely 5 members of the family are allowed to bury their family members at one time – while sustaining a secure distance from each other.

Mayor Arthur Virgilo mentioned: “Right now, of the 106 burials, 36,5 per cent of the individuals died at dwelling.”

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In Brazil, the demise toll has hit 2,769 with 43,592 confirmed circumstances.

Talking on TV Brazil, he mentioned: “In my specific case, with my athletic historical past, if I had been contaminated with the virus, I’d don’t have any purpose to fret.

“I’d really feel nothing, or it could be at most just a bit flu or a little bit chilly,” he added.

“Sure, we must always return to normality. Some states and native authorities must abandon the scorched-earth coverage, blocking transport, closing companies and mass confinement.

“The facet impact of preventing the coronavirus, can not, for my part, be extra dangerous than the drugs itself.”

Polls present a majority of Brazilians disagree with the president and help stay-at-home measures.

It could be at most just a bit flu or a little bit chilly.


President Jair Bolsonaro

On Sunday, he joined a bunch of 600 protesters who gathered in entrance of Military headquarters in Brasilia to protest in opposition to stay-at-home measures enacted by particular person state governors and known as for a return to army rule.

As he addressed the gang, he was seen coughing with out masking his mouth.

13 million individuals in Brazil reside in favelas, or shantytowns, the place social distancing is almost unattainable and primary sanitation is difficult to come back by.

The president has come below harsh criticism for his angle in direction of preventing the virus.

Former Well being Minister Luiz Henrique Mandetta was one to problem Bolsonaro on his dealings with the pandemic, however after the pair disagreed on the significance of social distancing, Bolsonaro fired him.


Talking out since his sacking, Mr Mandetta mentioned: “Science, self-discipline, planning and focus.

“Don’t lose sight of this. These noises that you just hear – one mentioned this, the opposite mentioned that, neglect them, they’re simply white noise.”

Paloma Freitas, a former Bolsonaro supporter advised BBC Information: “As a frontrunner, as my president, he makes me extra scared than calm.”

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On Sunday, he joined a bunch of 600 protesters who gathered in entrance of Military headquarters in Brasilia[/caption]

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It has been reported that the routine of 30 burials per day has elevated to 120 in Amazonas[/caption]

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In Brazil, the demise toll has hit 2,769 with 43,592 confirmed circumstances[/caption]

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Solely 5 persons are allowed to attend every burial[/caption]

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Relations console one another as they attend a burial[/caption]

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Cemetry employees put on hazmat fits as they put together the graves[/caption]

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A coffin is lowered to the bottom within the Parque Taruma cemetery in Manaus[/caption]

Supporters of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro protested in opposition to the suggestions for social isolation
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