RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After the Federal Supreme Court (STF) gave the go-ahead for mayors and governors to ban services during the pandemic, President Jair Bolsonaro once again defended the opening of churches and temples, even though the country recorded more than 4,000 deaths on Thursday, April 8th.
"We have to give the human being a chance to recover, to be comforted, to get a word of support," argued the president in an interview with CNN. Contrary to scientific studies, he claimed that the possibility of transmission of Covid-19 in these places is "almost zero" if social . . .