Covid-19: Brazilian economists and business representatives demand new government measures



RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – More than 200 economists, former ministers, bankers and entrepreneurs issued a manifesto on Sunday, March 21, calling on the federal government to adopt more effective measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

The letter, which should be sent to representatives of the three branches of power, cites four urgent measures; accelerate the pace of vaccination against Covid-19; distribute masks free of charge and order their use; implement social distancing measures; and to create a national body to coordinate the measures.

Signatories of the manifesto, among others, are the former Treasury ministers. . .

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Richard Mann is of German origin and worked as a freelance journalist for many years. He travels all over Brazil and is primarily interested in business, art and culture and also enjoys writing articles on spiritual topics and unusual events.



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