Wow What is this?

Brazilian president's daughter-in-law, granddaughter catch COVID-19

Home Forums Japanese Food Brazilian president's daughter-in-law, granddaughter catch COVID-19

  • This topic is empty.
Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #343865 Reply
    gertieshumack0
    Guest

    Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s daughter-in-law and 11-month-old granddaughter have tested positive for .<br>Heloisa Bolsonaro, who is married to São Paulo Congressman, Eduardo Bolsonaro, broke the disheartening news to her Instagram followers Monday, four days after her husband revealed he had been infected.<br>Heloisa Bolsonaro shared that her daughter, Georgia Bolsonaro, only experienced mild symptoms, including a fever and runny nose.<br>’On the first day we felt bad, now, thank God, we’re fine,’ she wrote.

    ‘And thanks to a drug that I just took and I got better right away. Impressive.'<br>’Thank God she hasn’t had a fever anymore and is super willing, eating and playing,’ Heloisa Bolsonaro added. ‘The treatment for her is symptomatic. Novalgina for fever, an anti-allergic to relieve the runny nose and secretion and a lot of nasal washing.'<br>It’s second time that the president’s daughter-in-law has caught the viral bug.<br> Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s 11-month-old granddaughter, Georgia Bolsonaro, is infected with COVID-19.

    Her mother said she was experiencing mild symptoms, including a runny nose and fever <br> Heloisa Bolsonaro, wife of Brazilian Congressman Eduardo Bolsonaro, in infected with the coronavirus.

    It’s the second time she contracts the viral bug. The couple’s daughter, Georgia Bolsonaro, also has COVID-19. Eduardo Bolsonaro contracted the virus following his return to Brazil after he had been in New York as part of the delegation who accompanied his father, President Jair Bolsonaro, to the U.N, General Assembly<br> RELATED ARTICLES

    Share this article
    Share

    Congressman Eduardo Bolsonaro developed symptoms following his return home after joining President Jair Bolsonaro’s traveling delegation to New York for the United National General Assembly.<br>Bolsonaro, who broke the news Friday morning on Twitter, contracted COVID-19 after Health Minister Marcelo Queiroga received a positive test last Tuesday after his meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.<br>Queiroga is currently in New York under quarantine.<br>Pedro Guimaraes, the CEO of state lender Caixa Economica Federal, also tested positive Sunday.

    He also traveled to New York and had been in isolation since last Wednesday upon his return to Brazil.<br> Brazilian Congressman Eduardo Bolsonaro with his daughter, former United States President Donald Trump, and Heloisa Bolsonaro, his wife<br> Brazilian Congressman Eduardo Bolsonaro with wife, Heloisa Bolsonaro, and daughter, Georgia Bolsonaro<br> Health Minister Marcelo Queiroga is still in New York and quarantining after he tested positive for COVID-19 last Tuesday.

    He learned he had contracted the virus after meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson<br>President Bolsonaro, who was infected with the virus in July 8, 2020 and required hospitalization, did not show any positive symptoms and tested negative Sunday.<br>Unlike the far-right leader, First Lady Michelle Bolsonaro, apiseller who tested positive on July 30, 2020, got vaccinated during her recent visit to New York. <br>His oldest son, Flavio Bolsonaro, was contracted the virus in 2020, and received his first dose of the AstraZeneca immunization shot on July 20, 2021.<br>President Bolsonaro, who compared COVID-19 to “a little flu” and has criticized lockdown measures, said in April that he would only vaccinate himself when ‘the last Brazilian’ has done so. <br>According to data published by John Hopkins University on Tuesday, Brazil ranked second in the world behind the United States with 594,653 coronavirus deaths.

    The South American nation is third with 21,366,395 cases.  <br>

Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
Reply To: Brazilian president's daughter-in-law, granddaughter catch COVID-19
Your information:




Find from popular articles