Brazil has the worst pandemic management in Latin America, says study – Prime Time Zone

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A survey shows that 85% of respondents disapprove of President Jair Bolsonaro, as well as the actions taken to confront Covid-19 and the progress of vaccination; Chile is a positive highlight

EFE / Raphael AlvesIn all, 95% of respondents disapprove of the Brazilian government’s role in the health crisis

Brazil is appointed as the country with the worst management of the pandemic of Covid-19 on Latin America. The data is part of a survey that shows that 95% of respondents disapprove of the actions of the Brazilian government in the face of the health crisis. The evaluation brings much better results for other countries like Chile, which has 76% approval in the fight against the pandemic, and Uruguay with 73%. At the same time, other countries accompany the Brazilian government in its disapproval, such as Peru (65%), Venezuela (75%) and Argentina (58%). led by They plan, the study had the participation of 380 opinion makers and also questioned the approval rate of the presidents. Nicolas Maduro appears with the worst result, with 90% rejection, followed by Jair Bolsonaro (85%) and Andrés Manuel López Obrador (71%) in Mexico. On the other hand, Uruguayan President Luis Alberto Lacalle Pou, approved by 68% of the participants, followed by Sebastián Piñera (50%) and Guillermo Lasso (47%). the progress of vaccination it was also the subject of the survey and Brazil again stood out negatively, with 82% of participants disapproving of the actions of the federal government in the immunization process against Covid-19. As a positive highlight, Chile received 88% approval, while Uruguay and Colombia received 72% and 48%, respectively.