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Study attributes Brazil’s failure in the pandemic largely to the federal government

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil has failed to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic due to a set of shortcomings and omissions by public managers, with the federal government having a greater weight in the blame. These are the conclusions of a study published on Wednesday, April 14th, in the prestigious Science magazine.

Led by Brazilian demographer Márcia Castro from Harvard University's School of Public Health, the research is signed by 10 U.S. and . . .

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