Pazuello’s testimony at Covid-19 CPI rescheduled for May 19 – Prime Time Zone

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This Tuesday morning, 4, the general sent a statement to the board of the commission asking for the dismissal of his hearing because he had contact with people infected with the new coronavirus

Wallace Martins / Futura Press / Estadão Content – 01/21/2021Collegiate initiated this Tuesday the investigation phase of the actions of the government of Jair Bolsonaro during the pandemic

The President of CPI to Covid-19, Omar Aziz | (PSD-AM), rescheduled for May 19 the testimony of the former Minister of Health Eduardo Pazuello. This Tuesday morning, 4, the general sent a statement to the board of the commission asking for the dismissal of his hearing, for having had contact with two advisers infected with the new coronavirus. The collegiate started this Tuesday the investigation phase of the actions of the Jair Bolsonaro government during the pandemic, with a testimony agenda. Former Minister of Health Luiz Henrique Mandetta was the first to be heard by senators. The hearing of Nelson Pond, who succeeded Mandetta in charge of the portfolio for less than a month, was scheduled for today’s session, but was postponed until Wednesday, 5, at 10 am – the information was released by Aziz’s adviser. Originally, Pazuello would be heard during this week, as well as Marcelo Queiroga, current Minister of Health, and Antônio Barra Torres, president from National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa).