johnson is back in a hospital ward and is in extremely good spirits according to downing street brazil's president has once again defended his response to the pandemic and encourage people to return to work jabil so not a criticize state governments for imposing containment measures he's facing widespread criticism and protests for downplaying the crisis argentina is one of the latest countries to extend its nationwide quarantine measures president of bethel from monday's it says strict controls what remain in place until april 23rd security forces are patrolling the streets to make sure people stay home some businesses are being allowed to operate again under tight restrictions and those are the headlines news continues here on al-jazeera after my cuba by phone. i mean. tossed about a week. minimum hayride isolated and they are going to get them to. go up again you know into single percentile amanda. and i. look at them now on the. placebo is that a taste and you know you're not going to lose. because the estimate was tough time winning. also will not let up i'm not going to have went a
president takes to the streets.
street journal" despite over 700 new cases sunday alone. the governor's attitude toward the pandemic is shifting public opinion. >> over the last few weeks president lopez obrador's administration has received criticism from people that say the administration's response to the outbreak in terms of putting together preventive measures, they didn't do it fast enough. there's talk again today thanks to an interview given by the deputy health secretary here in mexico who is leading this country's fight against the coronavirus. deputy health secretary lopez spoke to "the wall street journal" and in that interview he basically says he's not convinced this particular pandemic is any more lethal than an ordinary influenza outbreak. he says, quote, i don't know yet. the w.h.o. says it could be ten times that of influenza, but i think we need more evidence. he's right that it is to early to know what the death rate will be, but there are a lot of epidemiologists who would disagree with him and would say this outbreak is more lethal than an ordinary i
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