Brazil, the world’s second-largest colona-infected person, is one after another corrupt in anti-infection measures

Brazil, the world’s second-largest colona-infected person, is among the most corrupt in anti-infection measures on August 30 at 11:35 a.m.

In Brazil, South America, there have been a series of corruption cases, including a six-month suspension of duties by the governor of Rio de Janeiro over the new coronavirus, and there are concerns about the impact on infection control.
Brazil is the second largest country in the world after the United States with approximately 3.8 million people infected with the new coronavirus, and measures such as the construction of new hospitals and the deployment of ventilators are underway in various places.

On the other hand, there have been a series of corruption cases involving the Corona Virus antivirus, and according to the police, a total of 29 investigations have been conducted in 16 of the 27 states so far.

In Rio de Janeiro today, a court ordered the governor to suspend his duties for six months on suspicion of paying for hospital construction and the purchase of medical equipment.

In Brazil, there have been a number of cases of delays in the construction of hospitals that were scheduled to be built, or delays in the deployment of ventilators, and there are concerns about the impact of corruption in various parts of the country on new antivirus.