Brazilian Presidential Spokesman tests positive to Coronavirus, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s representative has appeared positive for the viral coronavirus, the legislature announced on Wednesday.
Armed force General Otavio Rego Barros, 59, one of the nation’s top open figures, “is under self isolation at home after his positive test outcome was affirmed on Tuesday. The president’s office said in an announcement.
In excess, 20 top Bolsonaro authorities have tested positive for the infection, including correspondences boss Fabio Wajngarten and National Security Minister Augusto Heleno. Bolsonaro himself said he tested negative.
However, he has not fully disclosed his test outcomes. One of Brazil’s driving papers, Estado de Sao Paulo, is suing for total disclosure of tests results, contending the president’s well-being involves open intrigue.
A bureaucratic appointed authority claimed in the paper’s on Wednesday, dismissing the administration’s intrigue of a prior decision.
Further interests look likely. In any case, Bolsonaro has censured the “madness” around COVID-19. He said social distancing measures are unnecessarily harming the economy, and routinely ridicules them himself.