As life gradually returns to normal in Europe, the scene in Brazil remains bleak, while fears prevail that the current protests in the United States will lead to the spread of the coronavirus epidemic. The new Coronavirus continues to spread in Latin America unabated, especially in Brazil.
Venezuela’s foreign minister is accusing France of having given refuge to opposition leader Juan Guaidó at its embassy in Caracas, a charge that Paris denies. “Mr Juan Guaido is not at the French residency in Caracas. We have confirmed this to the Venezuelan authorities several times,” French foreign ministry spokeswoman Agnes von der Muhll said.
Despite being the hardest hit state by the coronavirus pandemic, Brazil’s largest and most populous city, Sao Paulo, is set to reopen some of its businesses from June 1. While announcing this, the governor, Joao Doria, said that social distancing measures and use of masks will strictly be adhered to.
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, 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.
The Brazilian federal police raided the residences of the governor of Rio de Janeiro, Wilson Witzel on Tuesday. The police searched both the governor’s official residence and his personal home, but no arrest warrants were issued. The police said it was part of a COVID-19 corruption probe.
The United States has imposed travel restrictions on foreign nationals who have been to Brazil following a new spike in cases of infection of the new coronavirus in the country. White House Press Secretary Kayleigh NcEnany announced the restrictions in a statement Sunday, adding that U.S. citizens would be exempt.
US President Donald Trump has announced a ban on entry to the United States from Brazil due to the rising incidence of the coronavirus in the country. Cases of the coronavirus continue to rise in Brazil, with 16,000 more cases reported in the past 24 hours and 653 deaths.
US President Donald Trump has imposed a ban on people entering the US from Brazil. The measure prohibits all foreigners from entering the United States if they have been in Brazil over the past two weeks. US citizens are, however, exempt from the ban. White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany made the announcement on Sunday.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has sternly warned the United States and threatened retaliatory action against Washington should it dare cause any hitches to the transportation of Iranian oil tankers to Venezuela. Rouhani says Iran would never start a conflict but has the legitimate right to defend its national interests, sovereignty, and territorial integrity.
The Iranian army is escorting tankers to Venezuela to deliver oil. Earlier, the United States said it could block the tanker from reaching Venezuela. The five tankers are expected to reach Venezuela soon. Venezuela’s Defense Minister noted that oil tankers will stop at the port in the special economic zone.
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Gerardo Guaidó Márquez is recognized by the United States, and a slew of other western nations, as the rightful leader of Venezuela. The US government has imposed a series of economic sanctions on the ruling regime in a bid to usurp rival Nicolas Maduro and his cohorts from power.
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Brazil briefly became the country with the third-highest number of new coronavirus infections in the world Wednesday, with a total of more than 275,000 confirmed cases. Only the United States, Russia, and, once again, Spain, are top of Brazil. Experts say that insufficient testing may mean that the actual cases in Brazil are 1.5 times higher.
Brazil has overtaken Italy in terms of coronavirus cases, becoming the fourth-worst affected country in the world. The country has recorded 245,595 confirmed cases so far, with 16,370 deaths. This is the world’s sixth-highest figure. Health experts warn that the numbers of those infected with the virus could be higher, since the country only tests patients who turn up in hospitals.
An Iranian media network that is aligned to the reigning regime has issued a warning to the United States government against carrying out any moves that would jeopardize its oil shipment to Venezuela. The ship that is destined for the Latin American nation has already left the port.
As coronavirus cases continue to spike, Brazil has suffered yet another blow, after its Health Minister Dr. Nelson Teich resigned Friday morning. The departure of Tiech, an oncologist and healthcare consultant, is likely to drive the country into a deeper crisis in terms of its response to the global pandemic.
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As coronavirus cases in Brazil continue to rise, experts say that the real figure may be higher because fewer people are being tested. “Brazil is only testing people who end up in hospital,” said Domingos Alves, a lecturer the University of Sao Paulo Medical School. “We don’t have a real policy to manage the outbreak,” he said.
Over 140 past and present world leaders and professionals, drawn from various fields of expertise, have today signed an open letter imploring all governments across the globe to unite in finding a free vaccine against COVID-19. The move comes few days before the ministers of health of the 194 member states of the World Health Organization convene in a World Health Assembly conference, scheduled for May 18.
Despite the surge in the number of new coronavirus cases in Brazil, the President Jair Bolsonaro, has continued to dismiss the pandemic’s threat. Earlier in the week, during a press conference, the President said that he believed that “the worst had passed” for the coronavirus pandemic. Ironically, the numbers have continued to increase.
The United Nations warned today of the rapid spread of cases of covid-19 in prisons on the American continent. They stressed that overcrowding and poor hygiene conditions in most of the prison facilities are a key contributor to the situation. “Thousands of inmates and prison officials have already been infected across North and South America,” said the spokesman for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Rupert Colville, at a press conference in Geneva, Switzerland today.
Several human rights organizations have called for a thorough investigation into a prison riot in Venezuela that left at least 46 inmates dead. The fracas took place on Friday in the Los Llanos prison in the state of Portuguesa in western Venezuela. In addition to the dead, 75 others were left nursing injuries.
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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has announced that the Trump administration is going to extend Iran’s weapons embargo. The ban was set to expire in October, as outlined in the Iranian nuclear deal. The unprecedented move has provoked its European allies, who have pointed out that the United States withdrew from the agreement in 2018 on its own accord.
The disagreement between Guatemala and the United States due to the deportation of migrants in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic is now public. For weeks, there were serious suspicions about some of the Guatemalan migrants returned by the US authorities. They were infected after unsuccessfully trying to enter the country with the highest number of cases and deaths from covid-19 in the world.
A 17-year-old Syrian refugee, who allegedly failed to comply with the country’s coronavirus curfew restrictions, was shot dead by police. Ali el Hemdan was returning home after work on Monday when the police arrested him on a routine check, according to several testimonies collected by a section of the nation’s local media.
The World Health Organization (WHO) called on governments not to issue so-called “immunity passports,” or “safety certificates” for the new coronavirus. The idea, based on antibody tests, has been gaining ground as countries decide how to relax behavioral restrictions and lockdowns and return to normal life.
Sergio Moro, Brazil’s Minister of Justice and Public Security, and a symbol of the fight against corruption in the country, announced his resignation this Friday, citing “political interference” by President Jair Bolsonaro. The minister was particularly annoyed by the dismissal of the director-general of the Federal Police (PF), published at dawn in the country’s Official Gazette.
The President of Peru has extended the state of emergency in the country up to May 10, and also announced financial assistance to more than six million families. These measures are aimed at combating the coronavirus spread in the country. While making the announcement, the Peruvian president, Martin Vizcarra, stated that the curve was still rising and it was very appropriate to extend the state of emergency for another two weeks.
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The global coronavirus pandemic has infected 2,223,122 people all around the globe, causing 152,328 deaths as of April 18th. So far, the virus has killed 1,241 in Brazil alone. The U.S. is at present the hardest-hit country with up to 557,663 coronavirus cases and 22,116 total deaths, as reported by Johns Hopkins.
Yesterday, Colombian President Ivan Duque announced the “ten commandments” for what will be “Joint and Intelligent Preventive Isolation” that will allow the country to return to productivity, but still without a social life, as part of a pandemic emergency. The President stated that the Coronavirus will not leave the country or the world on April 27, and recalled that according to experts, COVID-19 will remain for a year and a half.
The Brazilian government announced on Friday that in the midst of the crisis caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, it will repatriate 38 officials from its diplomatic corps in Venezuela, according to a joint statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Defense.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has fired his health minister, Luiz Henrique Mandetta. The outgoing minister had tried unsuccessfully to convince the president about the seriousness of the covid-19 pandemic. Speaking shortly after firing the health minister, Bolsonaro openly showed dissatisfaction with his former minister’s position on the economic impact of coronavirus.
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The United Nations distributed eight tons of supplies from its operations center in Panama to combat the COVID-19 pandemic in Latin America and the Caribbean. The World Food Program (WFP) reported that supplies, which include COVID-19 kits, have been shipped to 24 countries in the region.
Brazilian officials are trying to calm down diplomatic tensions after two members of President Jair Bolsonaro’s inner circle criticized China. Brazil’s Education Minister, Abraham Weintraub, suggested in a Twitter post, which he later deleted on Sunday, that Coronavirus would help China “dominate the world.”
Ecuador has been severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, with the number of cases and deaths multiplying. Lack of response from government authorities is creating despair among the population, which is now accusing the government of letting its citizens die without any form of assistance.
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Russia de-facto now owns Venezuela, taking advantage of the country’s extended suffering. The economy is depleted and the country is in severe turmoil. It does not help that coronavirus has effected economies around the globe.
Additionally, the US unsealed indictments against 14 officials and government-connected parties. Currently, there is a reward offered of $55 million for Nicolas Maduro and four others according to US Attorney General William Barr. He called the regime “corrupt.” One of the indictments is out of New York, where prosecutors allege Maduro and socialist party boss Diosdado Cabello (the head of the constitutional assembly) of conspiring with Colombian rebels and members of the military to support the drug trade including cocaine trafficking into the US. Sixty nations including the US do not recognize Maduro as the President of Venezuela. At this time the US only recognizes Juan Guaidó as the Venezuelan leader.
At least four passengers have died aboard a cruise ship that is anchored off the coast of Panama and two people have tested positive for the coronavirus, the cruise line confirmed this on Friday. “Holland America Line can confirm that four older guests have passed away on Zaandam,” the cruise line said on a post on its Facebook page.
The United States has filed an indictment against Venezuelan President Nicholas Maduro and four other associates for drug trafficking. The administration is offering a $15 million reward for information leading to the capture and conviction of the president, and $10 million for each of his conspirators.
The United States Department of Justice has indicted Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro for “narcoterrorism.” The US Attorney General William Barr made the announcement on Thursday. The United States has also promised a bounty of up to $15 million for information leading to the arrest of Maduro, as announced by the US State Department.