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BThe army Razil has delivered protection supplies and medicines by helicopter to the indigenous communities of the Amazon basin isolated bordering Venezuela and tested members scared to Covid-19.

None has been tested positive to the rapid test by finger prick, but the pandemic of sars coronavirus threatens to decimate hundreds of amazonian tribes who have no immunity against external diseases, and whose mode of life of the community excludes any social distancing.

The operation aimed to help the Yanomami who live in the biggest reserve of Brazil aims to counter the criticisms according to which the government of the right of the president Jair Bolsonaro is not doing enough to protect indigenous peoples from the contagion.

“The main objective of this joint operation of the armed forces is to follow the Covid-19 in the neighbouring villages,” explained the captain Jarbas de Souza.

The army has flown to the capital of the State of Roraima, Boa Vista, a Blackhawk helicopter to a border post military at the bottom of the rainforest, with boxes of face masks, gel alcohol, aprons, gloves, tests, and medicines, of which 13500 pills of the anti-controversial -malaria chloroquine.

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