RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In a press conference held on Monday, June 7, Health Minister Marcelo Queiroga discussed the Copa America, with the goal of conveying confidence regarding the event, given the stage of the pandemic in Brazil and the protests of the Brazilian National Team players against the event.
During his address, he pointed out that the competition should kick off next Sunday, June 13, and run until July 10, hosted by the cities of Brasilia, Cuiabá, Goiânia, and Rio de Janeiro, totaling 28 matches. The initial estimate is that 650 people will be present in Brazil, including . . .