Coronavirus outbreak before Brazil – Venezuela

The Health Secretariat of Brasilia announced, through Comebol, that twelve members, including several players, of the delegation of the Venezuelan team, the one in charge of opening the Copa América together with Brazil, tested positive for coronavirus in the relevant tests upon arrival in Brazil. In turn, they specified that “they are asymptomatic, isolated in individual rooms and observed by the medical team of Conmebol and the Center for Strategic Information on Health Surveillance (CIEVS)”.

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The Venezuelan team vaccinated their entire delegation before the trip to Brazil, although most barely received the first dose. However, doubts arise before the first match of the Copa América and joins the criticism that arose around the government of the president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, for hosting the competition while his country is one of those with the highest incidence of infections worldwide.

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