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Brazil’s president: an unlikely Covid hero?


Despite widespread criticism of how he has handled the Covid-19 pandemic, Brazil’s right-wing president Jair Bolsonaro is seeing his approval ratings rise in the north-east of Brazil, a region where he used to be hated.

BBC South America correspondent Katy Watson reports.

Producer: Jéssica Cruz

Camera: Renato Varoli

Editor: Greg Brosnan



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