US News: even non-vaccinated, Jair Bolsonaro will go to the UN

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  Même non vacciné, Jair Bolsonaro ira à l’ONU © Evaristo SA / AFP

L E President Brazilian Jair Bolsonaro, not vaccinated against CIVID-19, assured that he would go to the General Assembly of the General Assembly. ' UN next week in New York. Problem, a vaccination certificate will be mandatory. "I will be next week at the UN General Assembly, I will give the opening speech", scheduled Tuesday, "said the head of state of the extreme right in his traditional speech on social networks, Thursday, September 16th.

It will be a "quiet, quantity speech, focused on the points we are interested in," according to President Bolsonaro, who mentioned the management of the epidemic at Brazil , agribusiness and energy. Jair Bolsonaro's participation at the United Nations ag was questioned Wednesday when the New York authorities imposed the presentation of a vaccination certificate to access the meeting.

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to read in the United States, the growing exasperation towards the AntiVax

The President refuses to receive the slightest dose against the CVIV-19

the Commissioner for Health of The city of New York, Dave Chokshi, highlighted the fact that the amphitheater of the General Assembly was "a convention center" subject to the same rules as most interior spaces in New York. A few hours later, the UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres , said he could not impose this constraint on heads of state.

Brazil, which has 213 million inhabitants, is the fourth country in the world in number of doses of vaccines administered (214 million), according to data from our World in Data. But Jair Bolsonaro has so far refused to receive the slightest injection. The Brazilian president said he would be vaccinating "the last day, I guarantee him," he who has already repeated several times that he would be "the last brazil" to be administered an anti-Covid vaccine. The leader, contaminated by the coronavirus last year, "hammered again that he was already immunized. "My antibody rate is at the top," he told the Minister of Health, Marcelo Queiroga, who recommended the vaccine.

Brazil: a minister of the UN delegation reached COVID-19 .
© Joedson Alves The Brazilian Minister of Health, Marcelo Queiroga (left), and the President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro (right), In June 2021 (EPA EFE / JOEDSON ALVES) The Brazilian Minister of Health, Marcelo Queiroga, was "positive at CVIV-19" after participating Tuesday at the UN General Assembly in New York, inaugurated by President Jair Bolsonaro, according to a Brazilian official statement.

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