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El coronavirus avanza mientras Brasil protesta contra Bolsonaro

Ni el temible avance del coronavirus detuvo a los manifestantes este fin de semana, especialmente los contrarios al Gobierno de Jair Bolsonaro, que vienen aumentando en las calles de las principales ciudades brasileñas. Con cerca de medio millón de contagios y camino de 30.000 muertos por Covid-19, el centro de las protestas de este domingo fue la Avenida Paulista, en São Paulo, donde hinchas de los principales equipos oponentes de la ciudad, Corinthians y Palmeiras, marcharon juntos, vestidos de negro y con mascarillas, con gritos y pancartas donde la consigna principal era la «Democracia». Hubo tensión cuando un grupo menor de bolsonaristas, que frecuentan esa calle todos los domingo en apoyo al Gobierno, inició agresiones contra los hinchas. «Folha de São Paulo» identificó una mujer, vestida con una bandera de Estados Unidos y un bate de béisbol, como la persona que inició el conflicto, que acabó con represión policial y gases lacrimógenos. São Paulo es el epicentro de la Covid-19 en Brasil, con cerca de 8.000 muertes y más de 107.000 infectados. La protesta, que se repitió en Río de Janeiro y Porto Alegre, marcó lo que puede ser el inicio de manifestaciones contra Bolsonaro y sus posiciones autoritarias. El presidente, que está siendo investigado y presionado por la Corte Suprema, llegó a pedir en una reunión: «Quiero a todo el mundo armado. Que el pueblo armado nunca será esclavizado». La frase fue rechazada por el 72% de los brasileños, según unaencuesta en la portada de «Folha» este domingo, una nueva señal de que la figura del presidente sigue perdiendo popularidad. Brasil ya es el cuarto país con más muertes por coronavirus, tras superar a Francia y España, y por detrás de Estados Unidos (103.758), Reino Unido (38.458) e Italia (33.340). El país es, a su vez, el segundo con más casos de contagio, medio millón, después de Estados Unidos, con 1,8 millones de infectados.
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