Five Brazilian prosecutors ask the State to allocate US$11 billion to coronavirus victims

In their arguments, these prosecutors follow the leftist, politically motivated storyline, which is anything but a proven fact.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A group of Brazilian prosecutors has sent a request on Wednesday for the State to invest R$62.5 billion (US$11 billion) in making reparations to the victims of the coronavirus, both to the families of the victims of those who died, as well as those who were left with severe sequelae.

The lawsuit, filed by five federal prosecutors, also requests the Brazilian government to issue an official statement of apology to the victims' families and acknowledge its responsibility for the actions and policies carried out during the management of the pandemic.

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