Brazilian mining giant Vale has reached an arbitration agreement with the Minas Gerais state government, agreeing to pay $7 billion in restitution as a result of a dam collapse two years ago at one of its mines. Vale’s share price increased by 60 percent after the collapse of the dam.
Uruguay will close its land, sea, river, and air borders completely for the next 20 days and send troops to its borders with Brazil and Argentina in bid to halt the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. The move is effective from Monday, and will last at least until January 10. The aim is of preventing contagion during the Christmas and New Year festivities.
Congratulations are in order for Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden. Some top world leaders, who initially went mum on his victory, have finally recognized the Democrat as the US President-Elect. Just hours after Russia’s Vladimir Putin recognized and congratulated Joe Biden on his victory, the presidents of Brazil and Mexico followed suit.
The Brazil economy doesn’t have the raw force to drive it forward. The Federative Republic GDP per capita is today back where it was in 2010; this means the people of Brazil have lost the entire last decade. Worse yet, during the 80’s they had another “lost decade.” The current lost decade is the second time this has happened in the last 40 years. Over the last forty years, Brazil had over 20 years of zero GDP growth per capita.
The scenes of Brazilian supermarket security guards who beat up a black customer to death in the parking lot sparked protests by thousands of Brazilians on the streets of several cities in the country. More sadly, the occurrence took place during the ‘Day of Black Conscience’ which was celebrated on Friday.
Since inauguration, US President Donald Trump has been focusing on domestic issues and the trade war with China. As a result, the pendulum of establishing pro-American regimes in the countries of the Latin American region has swung in the opposite direction of the US dominance.
Brazilian health authority Anvisas suddenly suspended clinical trials on a new Chinese-made coronavirus vaccine on Monday, citing “serious adverse reactions.” After the agency issued relevant notices on its official website, all parties involved in the vaccine clinical trial expressed surprise.
Congratulations began pouring in from around the world in earnest after it emerged on Saturday that Democratic candidate Joe Biden had taken an insurmountable lead over President Donald Trump in the near-complete tally of Tuesday’s elections. Notably, however, some top world leaders have up to now remained silent.
The election of the new president of the United States, Joe Biden, was welcomed by most of the leaders of the main countries of Latin America Saturday and Sunday With the exception of the presidents of Brazil and Mexico. Head of State of the largest Latin nation, Jair Bolsonaro has yet to speak out officially about Joe Biden’s victory.
The European agricultural world is in crisis, but not all players have been equally affected by events. Certain industry champions are standing up, ensuring the continent’s agricultural resilience and contributing to its present and future food security.
Although consumers might not realise it, the European agriculture sector has faced a torrent of strife and regrettable circumstances in the years since the 2008 recession. Following the sting on exports of Russia’s 2014 agricultural import ban, 2015 saw the dairy industry further thrown into disarray by deregulation, with long-standing quotas and minimum pricing being jettisoned by the European Commission in favour of liberalisation of the market.
Brazil recorded 100,447 total deaths from COVID-19 Sunday, making it the second country to cross the 100,000 mark. The country, which is ranked second after the United States in terms of new infections, has recorded 3,012,412 cases. The US has so far recorded more than 5 million cases of the virus.
France announced that 1,695 new cases of new coronavirus have been confirmed in the last 24 hours. It became the highest daily total of infections in two months. In all, COVID-19 has killed more than 30,000 people in France, making it the third-largest in Europe, after Britain and Italy.
The numbers on deaths and confirmed cases of the new coronavirus in Brazil were released by the Ministry of Health on Sunday evening. Brazil recorded 541 deaths from coronavirus in the last 24 hours, and reached a total of 94,104 deaths. The country also recorded 2,733,677 confirmed cases.
On Sunday, a group of 60 unions and social movements— most of them health professionals— filed a complaint in The Hague, Netherlands against their President, Jair Bolsonaro, at the International Criminal Court (ICC). They denounced the president’s performance in his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Brazilian President, Jair Bolsonaro, has announced that he has tested negative for coronavirus. He made the announcement on Saturday on social media. This is the fourth time he has been tested since July 7, when he confirmed that he had the virus. He had tested positive each of the previous three times.
The President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, has tested positive for the coronavirus once again. This is the third test he has had since he contracted the disease on July 7. The president remains isolated in the Alvorada Palace. In a statement, the government reported that the president’s state of health is nonetheless good.
Good news has been received from Brazil regarding the health of their President, Jair Borsanaro. President Borsanaro, similar to the reaction of his American counterpart, Donald Trump, did not panic because of the deadly, super contagious coronavirus. Both of these national leaders even refused to wear a mask.
As the global pandemic continues to batter the world, coronavirus cases in Brazil have surpassed the 2 million mark, with more than 77,000 deaths. The country is ranked second in both, after the United States. However, experts have argued that the numbers could be higher.
Rabbi David Wexelman well known author of books on esoteric Judaism, writer of articles for Communal News on the internet and founder of the internet site www.worldunitypeace.org will make special prayers for Jair Bolsonaro who recently tested positive for Corona. Rabbi Wexelman knows that he is not the only one who admires the Brazilian leader and his courage that are praying for him but the prayers that are made in the land of Israel have special strength.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Wednesday announced that he has tested positive for COVID-19 again. “I did the test yesterday, and at night the result came back that I am still positive for coronavirus,” Bolsonaro said. “I hope that in the coming days I will do another test and, God willing, everything will be all right to return soon to activity.”
Michelle Bolsonaro, the wife to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, revealed that she has tested negative for COVID-19. She made the announcement on Saturday on Instagram, and added that her two daughters are also negative. Last week, the first lady’s grandmother was hospitalized and intubated.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has picked a pastor and college professor to head the education ministry. Milton Ribeiro preaches at the Presbyterian Church in Santos, and was a former deputy dean of Mackenzie University in Sao Paulo. The move has been warmly welcomed by the religious groups.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has tested positive for COVID-19. The president gave the announcement live on television. “It came back positive,” President Bolsonaro said. “There’s no reason for fear. That’s life,” he added. “Life goes on. I thank God for my life and the role I’ve been given to decide the future of this great nation that is called Brazil.”
Brazil’s right-wing president, Jair Bolsonaro, has tested positive for COVID-19. President Bolsonaro, who has been downplaying the pandemic for a long time, initially complained of fever, cough, and body aches, and general body weaknesses. These symptoms were said to have necessitated the test.
The number of people infected with coronavirus in India has increased dramatically, giving it the third-highest number of cases in the world. India overtook Russia on Monday, with more than 720,000 cases, behind only the United States and Brazil. Meanwhile, the United States has recorded more than 13,000 infections in just 24 hours.
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro has shocked many following his revelation that he may have contracted the coronavirus disease. In due course therefore, the head of state is scheduled to undergo another test for the COVID-19 disease. Bolsonaro previously tested negative twice.
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.
A vaccine against the new coronavirus, which is being developed by the University of Oxford, in the United Kingdom, has started human trials in Brazil, the country with the second-highest number of cases and deaths from the coronavirus pandemic. The tests began in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
Kyrgyzstan’s Minister of Health, Sabirzhan Abdikarimov, announced 205 new cases of coronavirus over the past 24 hours. Most of the newly identified 82 people came from the capital, Bishkek. Three of the hospitalized patients died. This is the highest rate since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Brazilians have taken to the streets as deaths from coronavirus in the country pass 50,000. The anti-government protesters called for President Jair Bolsonaro’s impeachment denouncing the government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. A small counter rally by the president’s supporters was held in Brasilia, the country’s capital.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported its highest daily increase in coronavirus infections. According to the WHO, 183,000 people have been infected in the past 24 hours. The United States remains the country with the highest number of confirmed infections at over 2 million.
Brazil, the country second-worst hit by the coronavirus, has surpassed the one million case mark amid political tensions and an ailing economy. The national tally stands at 1,070,139 confirmed cases and 50,058 deaths. However, the experts say that the actual number of both cases and deaths could be more than three times higher.
World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has warned that the COVID-19 virus continues to spread quickly, remains deadly, and most people are susceptible to it. He noted that on Thursday, WHO organs recorded more than 150,000 infections in the highest daily toll since the outbreak of the epidemic.
The Brazilian police have arrested a former driver to President Jair Bolsonaro’s son on allegations of corruption. This was due to suspicious movements of money Fabricio Queiroz made at a time he served as a driver to the President’s son, Flavio Bolsonaro, who now serves as a senator in Brazil.
The Brazilian federal police raided the home of governor Helder Barbalho, and the government palace in the Amazon region, as part of an investigation for corruption. Another is set to face impeachment. The investigation probes the alleged fraud in the purchase of ventilators for COVID-19 patients.
On Tuesday, a ruling by the Federal Supreme Court, Brazil’s highest court, ordered the government to resume the dissemination of data on the progress of the coronavirus. The nation’s Ministry of Health had been reporting data before Brazil passed 37,000 deaths, becoming the third-highest total in the world.
The number of people infected with the new coronavirus hit new daily highs, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Monday. The WHO also noted that the pandemic has not yet peaked in Central America, according to news sources. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus made these announcements in a brief meeting.
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.
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 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.