Brazilian and Portuguese Language Now Have Non-COVID Worldwide Career Opportunities with Open Freelance Gigs

Brazil is seeing a skyrocketing of COVID-19 cases that will surely make the traditional type of business more challenging.  Brazil has had over 50,000 people die from COVID 19, and now has the second highest worldwide death toll. On Sunday, the Brazilian health ministry said an additional 641 people had died and 17,000 new infections have been added in just the last 24 hours.

China Stops Chartering Oil Tankers in Venezuelan Deliveries

Chinese oil companies have stopped chartering oil tankers that have, in the past year, delivered consignments to Venezuela. This is following a new directive by the United States government sanctioning vessels involved in boosting the Venezuela oil sector. According to the Department of the Treasury, companies aiding the corrupt regime of President Nicholas Maduro are in contravention of current statutes.

Venezuelan Supreme Court Orders Guaidó Removed

The Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) ruled on Wednesday that the self-proclaimed interim president, Juan Guaidó, is not the legitimate president of the country’s National Assembly, the country’s Parliament. As per the court’s ruling, the legislative presidency is now in the hands of deputy Luis Parra, who had initially been elected to the post in a controversial session on January 5.

Bolivia’s Health Minister Arrested Over “Corruption”

Bolivia’s Health Minister, Marcelo Navajas, was arrested last week on corruption charges after just six weeks on the job. Allegedly, Navajas overspent millions of dollars on inadequate ventilators. The health policy advisor to interim president Jeanine Áñez had ruled out any form of corruption in the procurement of 170 respirators from a Spanish company through intermediaries.