Rio de Janeiro governor Wilson Witzel said President Bolsonaro was "edging towards the precipice, and trying to take Brazil with him". In the northeastern state of Maranhão, left-wing governor Flavio Dino reckoned that the president is only looking to "cause trouble".
"He picks fights with everyone, everyone except the coronavirus".
Meanwhile, Mr Bolsonaro claims opening gyms and hair salons will save up to 1 million jobs. "The matter of lives has to be dealt with alongside the matter of jobs".
Brazil's Covid-19 curve shows no signs of flattening. The country has recorded over 177,000 cases so far, and is set to overtake France on 178,000.
On most mornings since the coronavirus pandemic began, Taylor Levy has left her house in El Paso, Texas, at 3 a.m. to drive across the Paso del Norte bridge into Juarez, Mexico, where she delivers masks and what she knows is bad news to the asylum seekers she meets there.
"Lo siento mucho. Lo siento mucho," she said Thursday, expressing her condolences to a Cuban man as she explained that the asylum hearing he had been waiting on for months had been postponed until next April.
The man is one of thousands of immigrants, many from Cuba, Venezuela and Central America, who have been waiting for months in border cities in Mexico trying to get into the U.S. for asylum hearings under the Trump administration's Remain in Mexico policy.
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