People: Brazil’s Campos Neto comes down with Covid

Roberto Campos Neto
Roberto Campos Neto
Photo: Cacalos Garrastazu

Brazil: Roberto Campos Neto, governor of the Central Bank of Brazil, has contracted Covid-19. The central bank confirmed on January 8 that the governor had “tested positive for Covid-19”, adding that “he is asymptomatic and will do quarantine at home, maintaining his remote work activities”.

The governor, 52, has received two doses of Covid-19 vaccine. Then-health minister Marcelo Queiroga publicly administered one dose to Campos Neto at a Brasilia hospital in June.

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