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    Coronavirus

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    https://www.spiegel.de/wissenschaft/medizin/d...


    Bolsonaro-Mitarbeiter positiv auf Coronavirus getestet

    Vor wenigen Tagen besuchte eine brasilianische Delegation den US-Präsidenten in dessen Domizil in Florida. Nun ist ein Teilnehmer an Covid-19 erkrankt. Einem Test wird sich Trump allerdings nicht unterziehen.



    Der Virus ist also auch in Brasilien eingetroffen. Aus Sicherheitsgründen ist das große Familienfest zum 90. Geburtstag meiner Tante abgesagt worden... In der Tat ist der Virus für sehr alte Menschen besonders gefährlich. Schade! Ich will meine Cousins nicht nur bei Todesfällen in der Familie treffen...




    ...Und dann sterben alle Menschen an dem Coronavirus und nur dieTeilnehmer von Big Brother Brazil überleben, da sie isoliert sind. Ein sehr schlechter Neubeginn für die Menschheit.

    Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416)  13 mar. 20, 14:19
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    https://odia.ig.com.br/colunas/coluna-esplana...


    Primeiro exame de Bolsonaro teria testado positivo para coronavírus


    #1Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416) 13 mar. 20, 16:13
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    Trump wird ihn umbringen...

    #2Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416) 13 mar. 20, 16:13
    Comentário

    Hier gibt es im En-Forum gerade eine ausführliche Diskussions- und Informationsreihe dazu Siehe auch: [en-de] Corona die 3. – Informationsaustausch, Beob... ... die Vorgängerfäden sind dort jeweils verlinkt und Teil 4. wurde gerade angefangen ...

    #3Autor(a) no me bré (700807) 13 mar. 20, 21:46
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    Es scheint sehr ernst in Rio. Das organisierte Verbrechen organisiert die Ausgangssperre:

    "Gangs in the Rio de Janeiro favelas have enforced a lockdown from 8pm tonight. The statement reads: "If the government won't do the right thing, organised crime will"

    https://twitter.com/AndrewCesare/status/12421...


    Carioca, wie ist die Wahrnehmung vor Ort?

    #4Autor(a) unnaix (769252) 24 mar. 20, 10:35
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    Ich gehe nicht aus! Einmal die Woche allenfalls, um mich mit dem Notwendigsten zu versorgen. In der Nachbarschaft gibt es aber unzählige Geschäfte/Restaurants, die zu Hause liefern! Ein Anruf genügt!

    Bis jetzt klappt es.

    #5Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416) 24 mar. 20, 13:29
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    Mit der Quarantäne sind historische Bilder unserer Strände entstanden. Seit der Entdeckung Brasiliens in 1500 waren sie noch nie so leer...


    Hier Ipanema:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKQQ7mqoGkA


    Hier Copacabana:

    https://scontent.fsdu5-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0...

    #6Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416) 28 mar. 20, 21:02
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    Finalmente algo que faz sentido

    É compreensível o empresário querer voltar a trabalhar para honrar suas contas e não ter que demitir seus funcionários? Siiim!

    É compreensível as pessoas quererem ficar em casa para protegerem seus entes queridos do vírus? Siiim!

    Entenda, a maioria das empresas que querem voltar a funcionar não tem dinheiro em caixa para manter as portas fechadas e ainda assim pagar seus funcionários, pagar fornecedores, aluguel, impostos, etc. Querem voltar para não falir, para não demitir, para não comprometer a renda das famílias que tiram seu sustento dali. Não são genocidas que querem matar todo mundo colocando lucro acima de tudo.

    Entenda também, que a maioria das pessoas que pedem a quarentena não são vagabundos preguiçosos que querem ficar de pernas para o ar em casa. A grande maioria está morrendo de medo, medo de perder pessoas queridas, podem ter um filho que tem uma doença respiratória, podem morar com os pais, avós, enfim.

    Não existe uma escolha fácil de nenhum lado. Já me peguei mudando de opinião umas 35 vezes. Você vê reportagens de empresas demitindo centenas de funcionários e pensa, meu Deus temos que voltar a trabalhar. Aí em seguida você vê uma reportagem sobre a Itália e pensa, meu Deus temos que nos trancar até 2021.

    Nenhum dos dois cenários agrada: O vírus matando milhares de pessoas ou um cenário econômico devastador, com miséria, desemprego, fome e violência que também irá matar muitas pessoas?

    Você está preparado para perder um ente querido? Eu não.

    Você está preparado para perder seu sustento ou sua eempresa e ficar sem saber como manter sua família? Eu não.

    Entendam, não existe resposta fácil! Estão todos morrendo de medo. Se respeitem, respeitem as opiniões de cada um. Respeitem o desespero do empresário e o desespero da pessoa que está em casa tentando proteger sua família. Parem de semear ódio e palavras ásperas, parem de ofender pessoas que vocês nem conhecem, ali pode estar um ser humano do bem, porém com uma opinião diferente da sua! Tentem postar coisas instrutivas, coisas que acalmem.

    E orem, pois estamos todos no mesmo barco e embora alguns estejam de colete salva vidas e outros não, não vamos esquecer que no mar pode ter tubarão!

    Texto de Leandro Loureiro

    COPIEI E COLEI”


    #7Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416) 31 mar. 20, 21:27
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    Bolsonaro:

    ohne

    Worte.



    Da kann man nicht mehr fingieren, 'unparteiisch' oder 'unabhängig' zu sein. Eine klare Stellungnahme lässt sich nicht länger vermeiden. Dieser Mann ist (ur)böse und wird jetzt für die Tode von Millionen verantwortlich sein.


    Brazil's super-rich and the exclusive club at the heart of a coronavirus hotspot
    Connection between Covid-19 and country’s globe-trotting elite highlights gulf between rich and poor in one of world’s most unequal societies
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/04...

    Brazil coronavirus: medics fear official tally ignores ‘a mountain of deaths’
    Lack of testing and failure to report on cases means scale of outbreak could be far greater than thought, doctors warn
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-developmen...

    Bolsonaro's anti-science response to coronavirus appals Brazil's governors
    The president has contradicted his own health ministry by urging people to return to work and schools – ‘I was gobsmacked,’ said one former Bolsonaro ally
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/27...

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/brazil

    Bolsonaro, Isolated and Defiant, Dismisses Coronavirus Threat to Brazil
    President Jair Bolsonaro, who has called the virus a “measly cold,” is the sole major world leader continuing to question the merits of lockdown measures to fight the pandemic.
    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/01/world/amer...

    Noisy protests in Brazil over Bolsonaro's handling of coronavirus crisis
    Housebound citizens call for him to go
    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/amer...

    The Coronavirus-Denial Movement Now Has a Leader
    Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has lashed out against local officials who have implemented severe lockdowns, accusing them of destroying the country.
    https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/...

    Secretário diz que momento não é de flexibilização do isolamento em cidades pequenas e médias
    João Gabbardo, do Ministério da Saúde, disse que medida só será possível 'quando estivermos mais fortes'. Ela é estudada pelo presidente Jair Bolsonaro
    https://oglobo.globo.com/sociedade/coronaviru...

    Número de casos de coronavírus no Brasil pode crescer até seis vezes em 18 dias, dizem pesquisadores
    Previsão considera cenário em que país não adota medidas para isolamento de pessoas
    https://oglobo.globo.com/sociedade/numero-de-...

    https://oglobo.globo.com/sociedade/coronavirus/

    Por até dois anos, vamos ter de alternar períodos de abertura e quarentenas, diz Atila Iamarino
    Biólogo sensação no YouTube diz que coronavírus ficará no nosso cangote por um tempo e fará a gente repensar como a sociedade funciona
    https://www1.folha.uol.com.br/equilibrioesaud...

    É preciso mais tempo para vincular isolamento com achatamento da curva, diz secretário de SP
    Fila de exames ainda não analisados e a mudança de protocolo para testes podem distorcer a curva
    https://www1.folha.uol.com.br/colunas/painel/...

    https://www1.folha.uol.com.br/cotidiano/coron...


    Siehe auch: [en-de] Corona die 11. – Informationsaustausch, Beo... - #271


    #8Autor(a) hm -- us (236141)  05 abr. 20, 10:01
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    Brazil's Bolsonaro Fires Health Minister After Virus Dispute
    https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2020/04/16/w...

    Turmoil in Brazil: Bolsonaro Fires Police Chief and Justice Minister Quits
    Sergio Moro, the justice minister who became the face of a powerful anti-corruption crackdown in Brazil, resigned in protest after President Jair Bolsonaro fired the head of the national police. ...
    resignation speech, Mr. Moro said Mr. Bolsonaro had confided that he wanted a police chief he could call directly and count on to obtain sensitive investigative information and intelligence dossiers.
    The request came as several allies of the president — including two of his sons — are under criminal investigation by the federal police and the Supreme Court.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/24/world/amer...

    As Bolsonaro Keeps Amazon Vows, Brazil’s Indigenous Fear ‘Ethnocide’
    President Jair Bolsonaro is moving aggressively to open up the Amazon rainforest to commercial development, posing an existential threat to the tribes living there.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/19/world/amer...




    #9Autor(a) hm -- us (236141) 25 abr. 20, 11:50
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    Carioca, ich hoffe sehr, dass es dir und deiner Familie immer noch so gut wie möglich geht. Unsere brasilianischen 'Gastverwandten' in E.S. sind bisher noch unversehrt *aufholzklopf*, aber die Nachrichten aus den Großstädten sind immer noch schrecklich. Ich denke oft an euch.


    Endlich scheint es aber auch eine kleine gute Nachricht zu geben, mitten im Sturm. Dieser Artikel aus dem Guardian hat mir wenigstens ein kleines bisschen Hoffnung gegeben. Den Link habe ich schon im englischen Forum gepostet, wollte aber auch hier mal was Positives mitteilen.



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    Brazil’s left and right unite to launch pro-democracy manifesto

    Call for unity comes as criticism of Jair Bolsonaro’s handling of coronavirus grows ...

    Prominent figures from across Brazil’s political spectrum have a published a high-profile manifesto calling for a united front to protect Brazilian democracy and lives amid growing alarm over president Jair Bolsonaro’s authoritarian outbursts and shambolic response to coronavirus.

    The Movimento Estamos Juntos (We’re In This Together Movement) was launched on Saturday as Brazil overtook France to become the country with the fourth highest official death toll. About a thousand coronavirus deaths are being confirmed each day as Latin America’s biggest economy cements itself as a major focus of the pandemic. ...

    Flávio Dino, another prominent leftist who has also joined, said Brazil’s very democracy was at risk if Bolsonaro’s tens of millions of opponents were unable to unite. “Bolsonaro sometimes comes across as a caricature, something comical. But he’s dangerous – he and the followers of this fanatical far-right sect are dangerous.”

    Dino said the new movement was inspired by Diretas Já – a historic pro-democracy campaign that helped end two decades of military rule in the 1980s.

    “Just as there was this broad coalition to defeat the dictatorship we believe we must now build a broad coalition to avoid a new dictatorship,” Dino said.

    Lobão, a rightwing rockstar, said he had signed up out of disgust at the “genocidal fiasco” caused by Bolsonaro’s response to coronavirus. “We cannot allow this mockery and this utter negligence towards public health to continue,” said the musician, who voted for Bolsonaro in 2018 before regretting his choice. ...

    The manifesto – which urges Brazilians to mobilise in defence of “life, freedom and democracy” – received support from an unusually broad church, reflecting the growing anti-Bolsonaro revolt.

    Its more than 100,000 signatories include the former centre-right president Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Felipe Neto, a YouTube celebrity with 38 million followers, and some of Brazil’s top actors including Fernanda Montenegro, Taís Araújo and Lazaro Ramos.

    Polls suggest Bolsonaro still enjoys the backing of 30% of Brazilians but has lost millions of voters in recent weeks. Such support would only re-elect Bolsonaro if his opponents remain divided.

    Dino, the governor of Maranhão state, urged the left, right and centre to join forces to ensure democracy survived until Bolsonaro could be voted out at the next presidential election in 2022.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/31...




    Manifesto que une esquerda e direita, 'Estamos Juntos' supera 100 mil assinaturas ...

    Lançado na noite de sexta-feira na internet, com cerca de 1,6 mil assinaturas de artistas, políticos, intelectuais, cientistas, organizações, empresas e pessoas de diferentes setores da sociedade, o manifesto do movimento "Estamos Juntos" acaba de superar cem mil assinaturas da esquerda à direita.

    Neste momento, conta com 103.197 assinaturas em "defesa da vida, da liberdade e da democracia".

    Em um dos trechos, o manifesto resalta:

    — Como aconteceu no movimento Diretas Já, é hora de deixar de lado velhas disputas em busca do bem comum. Esquerda, centro e direita unidos para defender a lei, a ordem, a política, a ética, as famílias, o voto, a ciência, a verdade, o respeito e a valorização da diversidade, a liberdade de imprensa, a importância da arte, a preservação do meio ambiente e a responsabilidade na economia.

    (Atualização, às 19h48. Neste momento, são 153.734 assinaturas)

    https://blogs.oglobo.globo.com/lauro-jardim/p...


    #10Autor(a) hm -- us (236141)  01 Jun. 20, 05:08
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    Carioca?

    Ich mache mir schon Sorgen um dich ... Gib uns bitte ein Lebenszeichen, wenn du kannst, und pass bitte so gut wie möglich auf dich auf.

    Falls du dich krank fühlen solltest: immer brav, so lange du noch kannst, teils entweder aufsitzen oder bäuchlings liegen, essen und trinken (auch wenn nichts schmeckt, gibt's Suppe), Phlegma raushusten, Fieber messen ... Und wenn du irgendwie kannst, dir ein Pulsoximeter besorgen und nicht unter 85-90 fallen lassen. Oder ansonsten schon früh, bei den ersten Atmungsschwierigkeiten, ins KH gehen.

    Ich schaue immer noch beim Globo und finde gelegentlich den einen oder anderen hoffnungsvollen Artikel.

    Siehe auch: [en-de] Corona die 25. - Informationsaustausch, Erfah... - #27 #27ff.

    Aber es würde mich mehr freuen, wenn wir von dir hören würden.

    *f5* Entschuldigung, jetzt sehe ich, dass du noch am Donnerstag etwas gepostet hast, also lebst du wohl doch noch. Puh. But hang in there ... (-:
    #11Autor(a) hm -- us (236141)  06 Jun. 20, 07:52
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    Es tut mir echt leid, dass dieser Regierung so viele Menschenleben nichts wert sind, und die Wahrheit auch nicht.


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    Judge orders Bolsonaro to resume publishing Brazil Covid-19 data ...
    A Brazilian supreme court judge has ordered Jair Bolsonaro’s administration to resume publishing complete Covid-19 statistics after moves to suppress such information prompted accusations of authoritarian skulduggery designed to cover up the crisis. ...
    On Monday, in the absence of comprehensive official statistics, a coalition of major Brazilian news outlets published their own tally of the country’s total number of Covid-19 deaths and infections: 37,312 and 710,887 respectively. Only the US has recorded more cases. ...
    The latest row surrounding the president’s response to the pandemic comes as many key states, including São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, start partially reopening, contrary to the advice of many specialists. ...
    Margareth Dalcolmo, a researcher from the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, a biomedical research institute, said it was too early to reopen. “I fear this premature reopening that we are seeing will cause an explosion of cases in two weeks – which is the time between infection and symptoms,” the pneumologist warned.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/09...

    Brasil se une à Coreia do Norte e à Venezuela ao omitir dados da Covid-19 ...
    “Ocultar e manipular dados é estratégia de regimes autoritários que deve ser rechaçada com veemência”, denunciou a organização Transparência Internacional. ...
    A Sociedade Brasileira de Infectologia publicou uma nota de repúdio. O ministro do Supremo Tribunal Federal Gilmar Mendes declarou, pelo Twitter, que "a manipulação de estatísticas é manobra de regimes totalitários" e "o truque não vai isentar a responsabilidade pelo eventual genocídio".
    Também o ex-ministro da Saúde Luiz Mandetta disse que a mudança corresponde a uma "lealdade militar extrema, mesmo que burra e genocida". “Militares estão acostumados a construir grandes bunkers de segredos intransponíveis. Numa guerra contra vírus e bactérias, nas guerras da saúde, a informação compõe a primeira linha de defesa do indivíduo”, afirmou Mandetta, durante uma live mediada por Gilmar Mendes, no canal do IDP (Instituto de Direito Público).

    https://g1.globo.com/bemestar/coronavirus/not...

    Omitir informações sobre epidemia é estratégia forjada na ditadura
    A falta de dados pode levar a tragédias familiares. Conheça uma história nascida na censura que os militares impuseram ao surto de meningite nos anos 70

    https://veja.abril.com.br/blog/matheus-leitao...

    Governo obedece à ordem do STF, e Ministério da Saúde volta a divulgar dados completos da covid ...
    Na noite de segunda, o ministro Alexandre de Moraes julgou uma ação movida pelos partidos Rede Sustentabilidade, PSOL e PCdoB, e determinou que o governo retomasse o formato tradicional de divulgação dos dados.

    https://g1.globo.com/politica/noticia/2020/06...
    #12Autor(a) hm -- us (236141) 10 Jun. 20, 06:42
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    Notícias um pouco mas otimistas ...

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    Brazil’s favelas, neglected by the government, organize their own coronavirus fight ...
    When the president of Viela da Harmonia walks down the street, her constituents take note. An elderly neighbor needs groceries. A mother is looking for diapers. Another family asks for soap.
    Just weeks ago, Laryssa da Silva didn’t know where her next meal would come from. Now the 24-year-old single mother is responsible for making sure the 70 families who live on her street survive Brazil’s coronavirus outbreak.
    Da Silva is one of 400 new “street presidents” in Paraisópolis, responsible for helping her neighbors in São Paulo’s largest slum secure food, aid and health care.
    The program, created as cases in Latin America’s largest country began to explode, is one of many solutions the people of Brazil’s low-income favelas have found to bypass a divided government response to a worsening health crisis. Community leaders in some of the country’s hardest-hit neighborhoods are hiring their own ambulances, creating unemployment funds and even building independent databases to track cases and deaths. ...
    The virus has struck Brazil’s poor, mostly black favelas disproportionately. In São Paulo, people who live in poorer areas and contract the virus are up to 10 times more likely to die than people in wealthy areas, according to data released by the city’s health department. Black São Paulo residents are 62 percent more likely to die from the virus than white residents. ...
    Favelas have long been cradles of activism. Many have been overrun by violent criminal gangs that impose restrictions on who can enter and leave. Cut off from government services, informal communities have often created parallel institutions — including mail, Internet and sanitation systems — and supplemented weak health and education systems.
    That tradition of creative problem-solving has spread during the outbreak. When the people of Rio de Janeiro’s Complexo do Alemão favela saw that the city’s coronavirus statistics were leaving out cases from slums, they created their own database to track the disease. The residents’ association in Rio’s Cantagalo community joined with a local nongovernmental organization to spray disinfectant. ...
    After 20-year-old Juliana Carmo saw messages spreading on social media telling the people of Rio’s Honório Gurgel neighborhood that warm climates would curb the coronavirus and that donated masks were contaminated with the virus, she teamed up with other young people around Rio to map and combat fake news.
    They produced a video addressing the most common misinformation
    ( https://www.instagram.com/tv/B_S5ltIBOpc/?igs... )
    and established a hotline to help people vet claims. ...
    Da Silva signed up online to represent Viela da Harmonia — “Harmony Alley” — an unpaved road that weaves through Paraisópolis, a sprawling slum of 100,000. Each day, she ventures out among the plywood and tin houses to deliver masks and alcohol gel, check for covid-19 symptoms and sign up hungry families to receive donations.
    The program provided her with a six-hour first-aid course led by the local fire department, which showed her how to monitor the progression of the virus, when to call an ambulance and how to help patients suffering from severe symptoms.
    Gilson Rodrigues, president of the residents’ association in Paraisópolis, saw cases starting to climb in March. He knew that slums like his, where families are packed tightly together and many have no choice but to continue working, would be ravaged. He started the street president program to closely monitor and slow the spread of the virus. ...
    Rodrigues organized several dozen volunteers to make masks, converted the neighborhood’s closed schools and gyms into isolation wards and established an online platform on which unemployed residents can apply for financial aid.
    After residents complained that the government was not responding to emergency calls in the slums, the association hired a 24-hour ambulance exclusively for the neighborhood. To pay for the projects, the association started social media crowdfunding campaigns
    ( https://www.esolidar.com/pt/crowdfunding/deta... )
    that brought in thousands of dollars.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/the_amer...
    #13Autor(a) hm -- us (236141)  11 Jun. 20, 04:40
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    Olá. Eu sigo incluindo artigos em inglês porque somos um grupinho tão microscópico e multilíngue, mas se alguém quisera (? quiser? queria? queira? ???) tradução, por favor, que o diga. (???)

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    Bolsonaro supporter desecrates Brazil beach memorial for 40,000 coronavirus victims
    A man vandalized a mock cemetery of 100 graves and crosses representing people who have died from Covid-19 ...
    Activists from civil society group Rio de Paz dug 100 symbolic shallow graves on Copacabana beach before dawn on Thursday to represent the Brazilian lives lost.
    At least 40,276 people have now died, according to a coalition of news outlets which has been compiling an independent tally since Brazil’s health ministry was accused of seeking to conceal the full figures last week.
    founder, Antônio Carlos Costa, said Bolsonaristas began haranging activists as they stood beside the mock cemetery.
    Soon after a man was filmed knocking down the wooden crosses protesters had placed in the sand near a banner reading: “Brazil, land of graves”.
    “They feel such rage – and I think they’re reproducing the behaviour of the person occupying the highest position in the land,” Costa said of his group’s assailants.
    Among those watching the vandalism was a grieving father who campaigners said had lost his 25-year-old son to Covid-19. The man re-erected the crosses and shouted: “Respect the pain of others.” ...
    Polls show millions have turned on Bolsonaro over his internationally condemned handling of coronavirus, which he has dismissed as “a little flu”. But the rightwing populist maintains a solid support base of about 30%.
    “Bolsonaro’s mistakes are not so subtle that only the most perceptive people are able to detect them. It’s all so clear,” said Costa, a Presbyterian church leader. “So how is it that some people cannot see this?”
    Costa said Brazil was experiencing “the worst crisis in its history”. ...
    Costa said the memorial had nothing to do with left or right. “What moves us is a commitment to life. They use this discourse to delegitimize anti-Bolsonaro protesters – as if only those on the left were capable of noticing this government’s insane and anti-democratic acts.”

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/11...

    ONG Rio de Paz abre covas na praia de Copacabana para marcar as mortes causadas pelo coronavírus
    Entidade protesta contra o que classifica como "sucessão de erros cometidos pelo Governo Federal" na condução da crise ...

    https://fotografia.folha.uol.com.br/galerias/...

    'Um desrespeito com meu filho', desabafa pai de vítima da Covid-19, que recolocou cruzes arrancadas durante ato; vídeo
    Taxista caminhava pela praia quando viu homens retirando as estruturas; seu filho, Hugo Silva, morreu vítima da Covid-19 aos 25 anos ...
    Na praia, se surpreendeu quando viu um homem derrubando, aos berros, cruzes colocadas na areia pela ONG Rio de Paz,
    ( https://oglobo.globo.com/rio/covas-rasas-sao-... )
    simbolizando cem covas rasas, em protesto pelas mortes em decorrência do novo coronavírus. No calçadão, outros homens debochavam da homenagem. ...

    https://oglobo.globo.com/rio/um-desrespeito-c...

    Método defendido pelo governo deixa de fora de boletim 44% das mortes por Covid-19
    Em 2 a cada 5 casos, doença foi diagnosticada só depois que o paciente havia morrido ...
    Estimativa feita pela Folha com base em registros do Sistema de Vigilância da Síndrome Respiratória Aguda Grave (SRAG) mostra que, em 44% das mortes por Covid-19 registradas até o último dia 24, o resultado do exame diagnóstico só ficou pronto depois que o óbito havia acontecido.
    São mortes que, portanto, não entrariam no balanço do Ministério da Saúde.

    https://www1.folha.uol.com.br/equilibrioesaud...
    #14Autor(a) hm -- us (236141) 12 Jun. 20, 08:58
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    Another one in English, from the Guardian.

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    It's just madness': Brazil music legend Caetano Veloso on Bolsonaro
    Caio Barretto Briso and Tom Phillips in Rio de Janeiro
    The musician, 77, exiled to London under Brazil’s military dictatorship says he fears the president’s ‘ultra-reactionary bunch’ will not let go of power easily

    https://www.theguardian.com/music/2020/jul/29...
    #15Autor(a) hm -- us (236141) 30 Jul. 20, 02:21
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    No início da última semana, a Domino's Pizza pediu desculpas por uma promoção realizada na Austrália e na Nova Zelândia oferecendo pizza grátis a "boas Karens".

    A empresa não escolheu o nome Karen por acaso. "Karen" se tornou, nos últimos anos, um tipo de meme bastante conhecido que faz referência a um tipo específico de mulher branca de classe média com comportamentos de quem está acostumado a privilégios e se sente superior a outras pessoas.

    Para dar alguns exemplos, "Karen" é o tipo de pessoa que exige "falar com o gerente" para menosprezar trabalhadores do setor de serviços, é antivacinação e pratica microagressões racistas, como pedir para tocar no cabelo de pessoas negras.

    Mas uma característica predominante do estereótipo "Karen" é que elas transformam sua posição de relativo privilégio em uma arma contra pessoas não-brancas, por exemplo, ao fazer denúncias policiais contra negros por pequenas ou até — em numerosos casos — infrações fictícias.

    Nos últimos meses, o meme evoluiu para algo novo: a Karen do coronavírus. Essa forma particular de Karen se recusa a usar máscara nas lojas, não fica em quarentena e acha que toda a pandemia é exagerada.

    #16Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416) 07 ago. 20, 01:03
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    Olá ... (-á ... -á ...)

    Um artigo do New York Times, com versões em português e espanhol.

    _________________

    An evangelical conquista in Amazonia
    This isn't the first time missionaries have risked spreading disease alongside the word of God.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/02/opinion/am...

    Uma conquista evangélica na Amazônia
    A única saída é limitar as ações evangélicas contra os povos indígenas da Amazônia e respeitar seus direitos à autodeterminação.

    https://www.nytimes.com/pt/2020/10/02/opinion...

    #17Autor(a) hm -- us (236141) 09 Out. 20, 19:14
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    I'm sure you all in Brazil have been deluged with this kind of bad news for months, but it was surprising to me, as Brazil had sort of fallen out of the headlines. I really hadn't realized that Neymar is not only childish and selfish, but apparently actively malicious, willing to spread a terrible disease for the sake of one more party.

    What a sad comedown for a nation whose soccer players used to make it proud.

    _________________

    Neymar under fire for ‘macabre’ week-long New Year’s Eve party
    Brazil footballer accused of dancing on the graves of coronavirus victims with celebrity blowout ...
    Brazilian media reports claimed that the “Neymarpalooza” festivities kicked off on Saturday at a seafront mansion in Mangaratiba, a beach town in Rio de Janeiro state.
    “From what CNN understands, it’s going to last five days. That’s practically a rave!” complained the channel’s news presenter, Diego Sarza.
    Rio is among the Brazilian regions grappling with a resurgence in the epidemic, which has killed at least 191,146 people in the country, the second highest death toll in the world.
    Authorities have cancelled Copacabana beach’s New Year’s Eve celebrations and health experts are imploring residents to stay at home with hospitals and intensive care units reaching capacity. On Sunday Brazil’s vice-president, Hamilton Mourão, became the 16th senior member of Jair Bolsonaro’s far-right administration to test positive for Covid. ...
    has reportedly spurned calls for caution and sparked outrage with his decision to hold the beachside blowout.
    Juca Kfouri, one of Brazil’s best-known football writers, captured the public anger in a column denouncing the Paris Saint-Germain forward’s “macabre party”.
    ( https://blogdojuca.uol.com.br/2020/12/a-festa... )
    “Organising such a party is … the most abhorrent insult, it’s an affront to 190,000 grieving families, it’s to dance funk music on the corpses all the way to the grave, it’s to sneer at the health professionals working in hazardous conditions to control Covid-19,” Kfouri fumed.
    Luis Augusto Símon, another prominent sports writer, called the party “completely irresponsible”.
    ( https://www.uol.com.br/esporte/futebol/coluna... )
    Pedro Opará, a Brazilian doctor and activist, accused Neymar of showing “utter contempt towards the lives of others”.
    ( https://twitter.com/Oparbento1/status/1342920... ) ...
    Bolsonaro, who has downplayed Covid and flouted containment measures, has faced international criticism for what one newspaper recently called his “homicidally negligent” response.
    ( https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/dec/13... )
    Neymar has emerged as one of Bolsonaro’s most famous supporters,
    ( https://www.uol.com.br/esporte/futebol/ultima... )
    making several public appearances with the rightwing president.

    https://www.theguardian.com/football/2020/dec...
    #18Autor(a) hm -- us (236141) 29 Dez. 20, 07:19
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    Der ist ein perfekter Idiot mit seiner prahlerischen Art, mit seinem Riesenhaus in Mangaratiba, Helikopter, Privatjet usw.... 🤮

    #19Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416) 30 Dez. 20, 13:58
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    I'm sorry to report that Brazil, despite its generally good vaccination system, is again making international headlines for the wrong reasons.


    The second article now has a link to a Spanish translation, but not (yet) a Portuguese one, sorry.


    Carioca, I hope you're staying as safe as you can. /-:


    _______________



    Experts warn Brazil facing darkest days of Covid crisis as deaths hit highest level

    Intensive care units in 17 of the country’s 26 states were near capacity, while six states and the capital had run out of ICU beds. ...

    Health experts and lawmakers have warned Brazil is steaming into the darkest days of its coronavirus catastrophe, as fatalities soared to new heights and one prominent politician compared the crisis to an atomic bomb. ...

    “We are living through one of the worst moments in our history,” said Tasso Jereissati, an influential centre-right politician who is among a group of senators demanding a congressional investigation into President Jair Bolsonaro’s globally condemned handling of the pandemic.

    Renato Casagrande, the leftwing governor of Espírito Santo state, told the news website UOL he believed Bolsonaro’s irresponsible behaviour had cost Brazilian lives.

    “We’ve lost the war … It’s as if an atomic bomb has landed on Brazil,” Casagrande said, pointing to Brazil’s soaring death toll which, at more than 255,000 people, is the world’s second highest after the US. ...

    So far just 3.8% of Brazil’s population has been vaccinated with state capitals such as Rio, Salvador, Cuiabá, Porto Alegre and Florianópolis among the cities forced to temporarily suspend immunisation for lack of shots.

    Calls for the impeachment of a man critics call “Bozo” can be seen graffitied on to walls across major cities while propaganda hoardings promoting the far-right populist have been vandalised with red paint. Both left- and rightwing detractors have taken to the streets in protest in recent weeks.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/mar/01...


    Brazil Is Brilliant at Vaccinations. So What Went Wrong This Time?

    It’s not hard to work out who to blame for the country’s disastrous vaccine rollout. ...

    When it comes to Covid-19 vaccination programs, there are some countries that have exceeded expectations and others that have fallen surprisingly short. And then there is Brazil.

    Vaccinating over 210 million people may sound daunting, but for Brazil it really shouldn’t be. With one of the largest universal, free-of-charge public health systems in the world, the country has a distinguished track record of vaccinations and disease control. The National Immunization Program, founded in 1973, helped to eradicate polio and rubella in the country and currently offers more than 20 vaccines free in every municipality.

    Along with the infrastructure to distribute vaccines, there’s also the expertise to do so: In 1980, the country vaccinated 17.5 million children against polio in a single day. In 2010, over 89 million dosesof the swine flu vaccine were administered in under four months. And last year, more than 70 million Brazilians received their annual shot against influenza.

    We take immunization so seriously here that we even have a mascot for vaccination campaigns, an adorable six-foot smiling white blob named “Zé Gotinha,” Joe Droplet. (This glorious national hero apparently refused to shake hands with President Jair Bolsonaro during an official event in December.)

    But despite these advantages, Brazil’s vaccine rollout has been painfully slow, inconsistent and marred by shortages. The nationwide program began on Jan. 18, later than over 50 countries, and at its current rate will take more than four years to complete. Several major cities, such as Rio de Janeiro and Salvador, have already had to stop their campaigns because of problems in supply.

    In a country where the pandemic has wrought terrible damage — 250,000 people have died, the second-highest total in the world, after the United States, as cities along the Amazon River like Manaus have been abandoned to their fate — the failure amounts to a disaster.

    So what went wrong? Perhaps we should look to Joe Droplet: He seems to know exactly who to blame. ...

    The shortage of vaccines at least conceals the fact that the government probably hadn’t secured enough syringes to administer them. Truly, it’s little wonder that the government’s handling of the pandemic was judged by the Lowy Institute, a research institute in Australia,

    ( https://interactives.lowyinstitute.org/featur... )

    to be the worst in the world.

    ( https://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/miscel... )

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/28/opinion/br...

    https://www.nytimes.com/es/2021/03/02/espanol...


    #20Autor(a) hm -- us (236141)  02 mar. 21, 15:14
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    Ich verfolge derzeit eine Genesung von Corona mit, die an ein Wunder grenzt. Es ist der Ehemann einer deutsch-brasilianischen Freundin. Zu Weihnachten schwebte sein Leben an einen Faden.

    Man kann sich kaum vorstellen, welche Zerstörung diese Krankheit anrichten kann! Er musste Schritt für Schritt wieder lernen zu schlucken, kauen, sprechen, kleinste Sachen wieder machen. Fünf Monate hat es gedauert, bis es möglich war, ihn im Home-Care Modus zu verlegen! Im Rollstuhl natürlich, mit kleinen Gehübungen am Rollator und zwei Personen zur Seite, falls er abstürzt.


    Meine Freundin verschickt über Whatsapp täglich kleine Berichte über seinen Zustand und seine Fortschritte, gemischt mit wunderschönen Gedanken über DANKBARKEIT für alles, was trotz der Katastrophe geschehen ist, vor allem dafür, dass so viele Freunde da waren, um für ihn zu beten. Er hat noch einen langen Weg vor sich, bis er richtiges Essen verzehren kann, normal laufen, die Nachtwindeln weglassen kann etc.


    Aber er lebt!

    #21Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416) 10 mar. 21, 20:45
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    Die neueste Meme bei uns:


    Se tivessem colocado uma mãe pra cuidar disso, já tava todo mundo vacinado, de banho tomado e agasalhado pra sair!

    #22Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416) 12 mar. 21, 13:22
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    /-:

    If Bolsonaro had had a competent mother, maybe he wouldn't have grown up to be such an evil, selfish macho pig.

    Carioca, I'm sorry to hear about the extremely difficult recovery of your friend's husband. IIRC, statistics are showing that around 30% of people infected end up with long-term health problems, even among those who had few or no symptoms the first time. The prognosis of those whose lungs were nearly destroyed is still unclear. But it's good that he at least got to go home and see his wife again. And I hope they, and you, are also helping tell people that Covid is very serious, not just a 'little flu,' and that masks, ventilation, and vaccines are still very important. Apparently Brazilians have to organize on social media to spread correct information, since the federal government is only spreading lies.

    Here's another sobering article I just happened to read in this morning's paper.

    __________________

    Brazil hospitals buckle in absence of national virus plan ...
    March 11, 2021 ...
    Brazil’s hospitals are faltering as a highly contagious coronavirus variant tears through the country, the president insists on unproven treatments and the only attempt to create a national plan to contain COVID-19 has just fallen short.
    For the last week, Brazilian governors sought to do something President Jair Bolsonaro obstinately rejects: cobble together a proposal for states to help curb the nation’s deadliest COVID-19 outbreak yet. The effort was expected to include a curfew, prohibition of crowded events and limits on the hours nonessential services can operate.
    The final product, presented Wednesday, was a one-page document that included general support for restricting activity but without any specific measures. Six governors, evidently still wary of antagonizing Bolsonaro, declined to sign on. ...
    In Brazil’s wealthiest state, Sao Paulo, at least 30 patients died this month while waiting for ICU beds, according to a tally published Wednesday by the news site G1. Occupancy of ICUs is above 90% in 15 of 27 capitals, according to the state-run Fiocruz institute. In southern Santa Catarina state, 419 people were waiting for transfer to ICU beds. Neighboring Rio Grande do Sul’s capacity was at 106%. Alexandre Zavascki, a doctor in its capital, described a constant arrival of hospital patients struggling to breathe. ...
    ... nuance was lost on Bolsonaro. His government continues its search for silver-bullet solutions that so far has served only to stoke false hopes. Any idea appears to warrant consideration, except the ones from public health experts.
    Bolsonaro’s government spent millions producing and distributing malaria pills, which have shown no benefit in rigorous studies. Still, Bolsonaro endorsed the drugs. He has also supported treatment with two drugs for fighting parasites, neither of which have shown effectiveness.

    https://apnews.com/article/brazil-rio-de-jane...

    #23Autor(a) hm -- us (236141) 12 mar. 21, 14:42
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    Mais um artigo bem sério.


    _______________



    Covid is taking over': Brazil plunges into deadliest chapter of its epidemic

    Last year, Jair Bolsonaro declared Brazil had reached ‘the tail end’ of one of the world’s worst outbreaks. Three months later the country has lost almost 100,000 more lives ...

    [Photo caption:] Coronavirus patients in a field hospital set up inside a sports coliseum in Santo André, on the outskirt[s] of São Paulo, Brazil, on 4 March. ...

    It was midway through February when André Machado realized Brazil’s coronavirus catastrophe was racing into a bewildering and remorseless new phase. “The floodgates opened and the water came gushing out,” recalled the infectious disease specialist from the Our Lady of the Conception hospital in Porto Alegre, one of the largest cities in southern Brazil.

    Since then, Machado’s hospital, like health centres up and down the country, has been engulfed by a deluge of jittery, gasping patients – many of them previously healthy and bafflingly young. Among the recent admissions was a heavily pregnant 37-year-old who was brought in complaining of breathing difficulties and a cough. Doctors performed an emergency C-section to deliver the baby in a desperate bid to take the pressure off the expectant mother’s Covid-racked lungs. ...

    This week, as a record 2,349 daily deaths were reported, the former leftist president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva castigated Bolsonaro’s “moronic” handling of the crisis and urged citizens to confront their incompetent “blowhard” leader. “This country is in a state of utter tumult and confusion because there’s no government. I’ll repeat that: this country has no government,” Lula declared, blaming Bolsonaro’s “uncivilised” leadership and rejection of science for the scale of Brazil’s disaster. ...

    Machado saw several explanations for the torrent of cases he and other doctors are now seeing, including political mismanagement and the slackening of social distancing measures, principally among the young. ...

    But the doctor suspected a third, more troubling element was also at work: an enigmatic and apparently more contagious variant called P1 that is thought to have emerged in the Amazon region in late 2020 but is now circulating across Brazil ...

    “This isn’t just theoretical. It’s something we’re seeing in practice,” Machado said of the variant, at least 10 cases of which have been detected in the UK and 15 in the US.

    “Before the end of 2020, you’d get a family and one member would be infected but not the other three or four members, even though they lived in the same environment. You don’t see this any more. If there’s one confirmed case, everyone ends up getting infected by the virus,” he said. “It’s obvious that this new variant is now circulating among us.”

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/mar/13...



    #24Autor(a) hm -- us (236141)  14 mar. 21, 09:43
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    Olá outra vez.

    Eu quase tinha inveja de vocês por ter um mascote tão simpático. Nós não temos nenhum mascote.

    Mas onde fica o Zé Gotinha agora? O pobre ... /-:

    ___________________

    ‘Where’s Zé Gotinha?’ Brazilian cartoon who promotes vaccines missing in hour of need
    Last sighting of cartoon was in mid-December when he was filmed refusing to shake Jair Bolsonaro’s hand at a health ministry event ...
    In recent weeks, ... as Brazil’s crisis has deepened and the death toll soared to nearly 280,000, Zé has vanished. ...
    Last week, as he castigated Bolsonaro’s handling of the pandemic, former leftist president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva demanded answers over the whereabouts of a Brazilian institution.
    “Where’s Zé Gotinha? Where’s our dear friend Zé Gotinha?” Lula asked,
    ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hh3EywuvtU )
    accusing Bolsonaro of “sending him packing” because the far-right president considered the cartoon to be a lefty.
    “He was always nonpartisan. He was a humanist,” Lula insisted, before adding wistfully: “Where is he? He’s gone.”
    Brazilian scientists are aghast at Zé’s defenestration, which many see as the perfect symbol of how Bolsonaro has sabotaged Brazil’s world-famed immunisation program.
    Brazil’s former health minister, José Gomes Temporão, recalled how during the 2010 H1N1 outbreak, when he was in charge, 90 million Brazilians were vaccinated in just three months. “We have one of the best immunisation systems in the world,” Temporão said.
    But Bolsonaro’s dawdling, and politically-charged refusal to buy vaccines from manufacturers including Pfizer, Moderna and Janssen, means Brazil has fallen far short of that since its Covid vaccination campaign belatedly began in mid-January. Only about 13 million of Brazil’s 212 million citizens have so far received shots, with major cities such as Rio repeatedly suspending vaccination because of a severe nationwide shortage of vaccines.
    Zé did make a fleeting return to the limelight following Lula’s appeal for information. Scrambling to convince vaccine-deprived Brazilians that President Bolsonaro was serious about fighting the pandemic, his politician son, Eduardo Bolsonaro, tweeted a manipulated photograph of Zé Gotinha carrying an assault rifle-shaped syringe. “Now our weapon is vaccination,” the pro-gun politician wrote, to widespread disgust.
    Darlan Rosa, the artist who created Zé in the 1980s, said he felt saddened and angered at the corruption of his character. Zé Gotinha had no interest in firearms, Rosa told one newspaper.
    ( https://www1.folha.uol.com.br/colunas/painel/... )
    “He is the droplet of peace.”

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/mar/15...

    #25Autor(a) hm -- us (236141) 15 mar. 21, 23:09
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    Am 28. kriege ich meine 2. Dosis Coronavac! Alles perfekt organisiert beim Gesundheitsamt.


    Seid ihr schon geimpft?


    Edit sagt: Fertig! Bin geimpft! Ich lese aber gerade, dass die EU Coronavac nicht als wirksamen Schutz anerkennt!

    #26Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416)  21 abr. 21, 23:06
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    Habt ihr schon die 3. Impfung gekriegt? Ich schon! Nun hoffen wir, dass unser Leben langsam wieder normal wird...

    #27Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416) 30 Out. 21, 00:07
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    Oi Carioca!

    Vielen Dank fürs Lebenszeichen und Glückwunsch zur dritten Impfung. (-:

    Ich konnte mich nicht erinnern, an welchen Impfstoff es sich handelt, sehe aber gerade, dass Coronavac dasselbe wie Sinovac ist. So weit ich weiß, ist das mit unter den weniger wirksamen von allen, aber immerhin ist es natürlich umso besser, schon mal drei Dosen bekommen zu haben.

    Die NYT-Seite hat immer noch jede Menge Information zu den ganzen Impfstoffen und Arzneimitteln, ist aber glaube ich nur noch mehr ohne JavaScript frei zugänglich. Es gibt wohl ähnliches beim Guardian, bei der BBC usw.

    ____________________

    Coronavirus Vaccine Tracker
    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/scie...

    Coronavirus Drug and Treatment Tracker
    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/scie...

    ____________________


    Meine Mutter hat schon ihre dritte Dosis Pfizer bekommen, mit den anderen Senioren in der größten Risikogruppe. Ich warte noch ab, bis ich als U60 drankomme, wohl erst in ein paar Monaten. Hoffentlich dürfen wir bis dann die Impfstoffe 'mix and match'-en; ich hätte gerne z.B. Moderna zur Drittdosis, wäre natürlich auch mit Pfizer oder was auch immer zufrieden. Bis dann bin ich immer noch etwas zögerlich, in die Öffentlichkeit zu gehen, zumal meine zweite Pfizer-Dosis ja weit zurück im Februar liegt und wohl schon etwas an Wirksamkeit verloren hat.

    Im September haben wir aber einen sehr willkommenen Besuch von unserer ehemaligen brasilianischen Gasttochter bekommen. Das war natürlich super, ist aber wieder vorbei und wir sitzen nur noch weiter meist zu Hause und verfolgen den immer deprimierenden Nachrichten.

    Darunter auch natürlich den sehr berechtigten Vorgängen im brasilianischen Senat (? WIMRE) gegen Bolsonaro, auch wenn ich eher bezweifle, dass das irgendetwas bringt / bewirkt.

    Wer, glaubst du, wird denn als nächster / nächste in Brasilien für Präsidenten kandidieren? Ob die ganzen Oppositionsparteien sich wohl jemals gegen die Rechtsextremen zusammenschließen werden, wie es in Tschechien und Ungarn schon wenigstens ein bisschen zu passieren scheint?

    Ich wäre an deine Schätzung interessiert, ob den brasilianischen Wählern jetzt wenigstens endlich klar wird, an wie viele Hunderttausenden Toden Bolsonaro wohl schuld ist. Der Guardian z.B. hat es schon im Juni auf 400.000 geschätzt.

    https://www.theguardian.com/global-developmen...

    Aber das ist auch deprimierend, tut mir leid. Ich freue mich auf jeden Fall um deine gute Nachricht bzgl. Impfung und hoffe, es geht dir und den Deinen immer noch so gut wie möglich.

    Und ich wünschte, wir würden endlich ein bisschen mehr Aktivität hier im De-Pt Forum sehen, weiß aber nicht, wie wir das schaffen sollen. Vielleicht mehr über Feijoada und weniger über das Coronavirus schreiben. (-;

    #28Autor(a) hm -- us (236141) 30 Out. 21, 02:54
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    Die 3. Dosis (Verstärkungsimpfung) war von Pfizer.


    Ich finde es unangebracht, über Politik hier bei Leo Stellung zu nehmen.


    Ich bin sehr erstaunt über deine Kritik, dass ich mich nicht genug bemühe, das Portugiesisch Forum von LEO am Leben zu erhalten.


    Meinst du wirklich, dass ich "mehr über Feijoada und weniger über das Coronavirus schreiben" soll ??? 😕

    #29Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416)  30 Out. 21, 13:51
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    Gratulation zur Drittimpfung, Carioca !


    Hierzulande wird noch diskutiert, ob und wenn ja, für welche Personengruppen und mit welchen Vorimpfungen und welchen Vorerkrankungen ... und und und ... es eine solche dritte Impfdosis mit welchem Impfstoff geben soll ... sicher ist dabei bislang nur, dass das frühestens ein halbes Jahr nach der zweiten sein soll ...



    Im Übrigen : ich würde mir zwar auch mehr Beteiligung hier - und auch in den neuen Foren - wünschen, aber das liegt bestimmt nicht an den Personen, die eh schon hier sind, sondern an denen, die noch nicht hier sind ...

    ... ob politische Statements dazu ein probates Mittel sind ? ... das wage ich anzuzweifeln ... ansonsten sind politischen Ansichten - wie religiöse auch - m.E. Privatsache und nicht unbedingt ein Diskussionsthema für ein Sprachforum ...


    Eine gute Zusammenarbeit - in Sprachfragen, dem unbestreitbaren Hauptaugenmerk von Leo - ist sicherlich nicht vom Umfang der Beteiligung abhängig ...

    #30Autor(a) no me bré (700807)  31 Out. 21, 10:54
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    Re #29:

    Maybe my poor German was partly at fault, but I really don't see how you could misunderstand me so badly. Your utter lack of sympathy toward me and my elderly mother is also ... striking.

    I'm glad you got a Pfizer booster. You're ahead of me. Congratulations.

    There are apparently only three (3) people even halfway active in this forum: you, no me bré, and me. Needless to say, I was not criticizing you for the slow tempo! We all know that you are often the only person posting, perhaps the only person keeping the forum more or less alive. The comment about feijoada was only a joke, for heaven's sake: maybe happier / blander topics would attract more new users? But I don't really think that, which is why I post more on serious topics than on fluffy ones.

    I have to disagree strongly about limits on free speech. It would be impossible to discuss the coronavirus pandemic in Brazil without acknowledging the dire failures of Bolsonaro, and indeed, the hundreds of thousands of deaths for which he is directly responsible! Precisely because so many Brazilians seem to get their information only from the internet, it seems all the more important to use every possible platform to resist fascism and the extreme right. Simply recording the facts has to be allowable, even if it is sometimes uncomfortable.

    ____________________


    Jair Bolsonaro’s security alleged to have used violence against Brazilian journalists at G20
    Allegations come as protesters at G20 summit criticise Bolsonaro over Covid response

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/nov/01...

    Do not trust Brazil’s ‘greenwashing’ promises, say Amazon activists
    Campaigners warn Brazil may make empty promises at Cop26 to gain access to conservation money

    https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/...

    #31Autor(a) hm -- us (236141) 01 Nov. 21, 13:05
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    "lack of sympathy toward me and my elderly mother"

    Estou aqui quebrando a cabeça para entender essa frase. Em nenhum momento eu falei da sua mãe.


    Não gosto nem desgosto de você. Só estou de saco cheio de fanatismo político, tanto pró- quanto anti-bolsonarista (já basta a brigalhada dentro da família), e fico furiosa de ver você pegar carona nas minhas publicações para fazer sua campanha política. Como fogem ao assunto, eu como autora do Faden poderia pedir para apagar suas contribuições, mas não fiz isso até agora.


    Até parece que você "post more on serious topics than on fluffy ones!"

    Na verdade, não me lembro de você abrir uma publicação própria. Sempre pega carona nas publicações alheias. Se acha que minhas publicações sobre etimologia, história e civilização portuguesa e brasileira são fluffy topics, lamento.

    Já participo suficientemente do fórum de português e não preciso de sugestões de como participar dele. Que piada boba com a feijoada, francamente!!

    E já que estamos na franqueza, lembro-me que você fez um comentário ácido uma vez por eu estar me dando ao luxo de viajar pela Europa... O que eu achei o fim da picada, por que só vejo meu filho de 5 em 5 anos.

    #32Autor(a) CARIOCA (324416)  03 Nov. 21, 11:56
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    Hallo zusammen,


    wir fürchten, es gab hier ein Missverständnis - das passiert in der digitalen Kommunikation leider schneller, als wenn man sich direkt miteinander unterhält. Wir haben die Beiträge nicht so verstanden, als ob hier jemand angegriffen werden soll oder jemandem vorgeschlagen wird, wie die Teilnahme am Forum am „besten" wäre - aber auch wir können die Mimik und den Tonfall natürlich nicht sehen, sondern nur vermuten.

     

    Wir wissen, dass Kommentare über Politik ein gefährliches Pflaster sind, und verstehen auch, dass sie manchmal anstrengend sein können. Da LEO in erster Linie ein Sprachforum ist, möchten wir politische Äußerungen auch eher nur in Ausnahmefällen zulassen. In der Rubrik „Land und Leute“ ist es aber natürlich manchmal schwierig, das "Politische" vom "Kulturellen" zu trennen. Gerade hier ist es wirklich leicht, sich falsch zu verstehen!

     

    Wir sind jedenfalls wirklich sehr dankbar für eure Beiträge und die Zeit, die ihr euch dafür nehmt - egal in welchem Bereich, ob für ernste oder heitere Themen!


    Liebe Grüße 🙂

    #33Autor(a) Maike (LEO-Team) (1223955)  03 Nov. 21, 15:50
     
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