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Brazil’s hard-Right president is facing mounting pressure over his increasingly isolated position on coronavirus, as infectious disease specialists warn that his strategy will lead to the “total collapse” of the country’s health system.
The maverick former Army captain, often dubbed “Trump of the Tropics”, has become a global outlier in his continuing efforts to minimise the severity of the pandemic, despite the country’s mounting death toll.
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