Former President Lula Da Silva lamented the more than 100,000 deaths from Covid-19 in Brazil

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Former President Lula Da Silva lamented the more than 100,000 deaths from Covid-19 in Brazil







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“A sad Sunday”: Former President Lula Da Silva lamented the more than 100,000 deaths from Covid-19 in Brazil


Brazil is the country in the region hardest hit by the coronavirus health crisis. According to the data of the Universidad Johns Hopkins, the nation led by far-right Jair Bolsonaro reached 100,477 deaths from the disease, and accumulated 3,012,412 cases of contagion.

Because of this, the former President of Brazil, Lula Da Silva, lamented the high number of deaths from Coid-19 in that country.

In addition, through his Twitter account, the former president compared Bolsonaron with the Hiroshima bomb. “It is a sad Sunday of Father’s Day. There are 100,000 lives lost. The Hiroshima bomb killed 90,000. And the bomb of ignorance that Bolsonaro launched killed more“, he claimed.

Brazil leads the region as the country with the most confirmed cases, followed by Peru (471.012), Colombia (376,870) and Chile (373,056).



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