Why Brazil’s President Wants to Reopen the Economy, Despite Rising Death Toll

Jun 02, 2020

by WSJ 

Brazil has become a major coronavirus hotspot. WSJ explains why President Jair Bolsonaro is clashing with other officials and pushing to restart businesses, even as epidemiologists warn that the rising death toll from the pandemic could grow exponentially.
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