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Brazil's Health Minister Resigns Amid Turmoil Over Pandemic Response

NPR Friday, 15 May 2020
Nelson Teich resigned from his post Friday after only a few weeks on the job. Teich, the second health minister to depart in a month, disagreed with President Jair Bolsonaro about response measures.
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