Coronavirus disaster in Suriname and Brazilian football


This December 2012 video says about itself:

Club classic: Vasco shred Manchester United

Manchester United – Vasco da Gama, FIFA Club World Cup Brazil 2000 Group B: Brazilian icons Romario and Edmundo scored the goals as the Brazilians had the best of this pulsating match.

Translated from Dutch NOS radio today:

Suriname reports five new infections with the coronavirus. This brings the total to 28. The death toll in the country is one.

Among the infected individuals are children and military personnel, according to Starnieuws. “There is fear within the barracks”.

Suriname borders on Brazil, COVID-19 epicentre because of the pandemic denialist policies of extreme right President Jair Bolsonaro.

Bolsonaro said he was ready to endanger the health and lives of Brazilian footballers.

Today, news about the results of that.

Also from NOS radio:

Brazilian football club Vasco da Gama has been hit hard by the coronavirus. In a new test round, sixteen players responded positively. The infected group was placed in isolation. Three of them already felt sick.

25 players of Ukrainian football club Lviv infected: here.

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