Jair Bolsonaro says he has “mold on his lung”

“I have mold there, mold on the lung«, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro stated this Thursday, after overcoming the coronavirus and testing negative less than a week ago.

Bolsonaro assures that he suffers «weakness” and “a small infection“But he has not clarified what type or if he has returned positive.

She is now his wife, Michelle Bolsonaro, who has contracted the coronavirus, but the Presidency of the country has stressed that “he is in good health.”

«The first lady, Michelle Bolsonaro, has tested positive for COVID-19 this Thursday, July 30. She is in good health and will follow all established protocols, “states a statement released yesterday.

«I just had a blood test, yesterday I had a little weakness. They have also found a small infection, “said Jair Bolsonaro in an appearance through social networks. Consequently, he has revealed that he has started taking antibiotics.

The Brazilian president has played down his health, arguing that “after 20 days at home, we have other problems«, As reported by the G1 portal.

Bolsonaro’s official agency, published by the Planalto Palace, expects the president to travel to Bagé this Friday. There, he will visit a civic-military school and a cavalry regiment, before returning to the capital in the late afternoon.

Jair Bolsonaro obtained a negative test for the coronavirus three weeks after announcing that he had caught the disease. The president, who has always been skeptical about the preventive measures to avoid COVID-19 infections that experts recommend, began to feel symptoms on Sunday, July 5. Symptoms worsened the next day, when she had a fever and malaise.

The Brazilian Ministry of Health, the second country most affected by the pandemic in the world, has reported this Thursday that 57,837 new infections have been confirmed in the last 24 hours. So far, the South American country has recorded 2,610,102 COVID-19 cases and 91,263 deaths, 1,129 of them confirmed in the last day.

Carnival postponed

The pandemic has forced, for example, the Government of the city of Sao Paulo to postpone the Carnival of 2021 while waiting to see how the situation evolves.

The mayor of Sao Paulo, Bruno Covas, from the Brazilian Social Democracy Party (PSDB), explained at a press conference that the parades of the samba schools and other street celebrations are incompatible with measures to prevent the spread of the virus.

“We are trying to define (…) the new date, which should be from May of next year,” he said, specifying that it will surely be at the end of that month because in June it would coincide with San Juan del Noreste, another important festival in Sao Paulo.

Carnival is one of the biggest events in Sao Paulo and d