Brazil’s Bolsonaro sees second health minister quit
Brazil’s health minister has step down after less than a month in the job following arguments over of the government’s dealing of the country’s spreading coronavirus dilemma.
Nelson Teich had find fault with a decree put forward by President Jair Bolsonaro permitting gyms and beauty parlours to resume work.
Though, he gave no ground for his stepping down at a press conference.
His antecedent was removed after contradicting with Mr Bolsonaro.
The extreme-right president is still keeping on to oppose lockdown measures.
He has lessoned the virus as “a little flu” and has said the escalation of Covid-19 cannot be stopped, attracting global condemnation.
Brazil has lately burst past Germany and France in terms of its coronavirus toll, becoming one of the world’s threatened vwith not less than 200,000 cases. The latest daily figures on Thursday showed 844 new deaths reported, bringing the official death toll to 14,000.
At his news conference, Mr Teich did not bring forward why he had stepped down. He just thanked President Bolsonaro for giving him the privilege to serve as a minister as he praised healthcare workers.
But there is still a clashed between him and the president over many aspects of how the government has tackled the spiralling epidemic.