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Brazilians protest against social isolation measures in Sao Paulo amid COVID-19 pandemic


Sao Paulo, Apr 26 (EFE).- A group of demonstrators on Sunday took to the streets of Sao Paulo to protest against the social isolation measures imposed by Governor Joao Doria to curb the soread of coronavirus in Brazil, where 61,888 cases and 4,205 deaths have been confirmed.According to local media reports, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, supported the protest and spoke to a group of supporters who advocated the closure of Congress and a military intervention amid the pandemic in Brazil. (Camera: WALLACE CARVALHO).FOOTAGE SHOWS A PROTEST AGAINST SOCIAL ISOLATION AMID COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

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