Brazil is the second-most impacted country by COVID-19 with more than three million cases and 100,000 deaths.
The number of forest fires in the Brazilian Amazon rose 28% last month compared to July 2019, fuelling fears that the world's largest rainforest could be devastated by fires again this year.
Brazil's national space agency, INPE, identified 6,803 fires in the Amazon region in July 2020, up from 5,318 the year before.
Shortly after disclosing the negative result, Bolsonaro left the presidential residence on a motorcycle and greeted supporters.
Their home in the Atlantic forest is the most endangered rainforest in Brazil.
Following measures to curb the spread of the COVID-19, Brazilian circus artists decided to go back to work in a different way.
The global death toll also passed the 600,000 thresholds, according to a tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.
"The jungles of Brazil are at a breaking point," said Professor Britaldo Soares-Filho, co-author of the study.
The Brazilian President has been in quarantine for a week after testing positive for coronavirus.
The deadly coronavirus is spreading across the protected lands of indigenous people, who blame illegal miners, other intruders and the Brazilian state.
He has said that his history as an athlete would protect him from the virus, and that it would be nothing more than a “little flu” were he to contract it.
A skyrocketing case count in Brazil and heavy outbreaks in Peru, Chile and Colombia have been the main contributors.
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As Europe faces the prospect of a second wave of coronavirus infections, some nations still haven't reached the end of the first with new COVID-19 cases are spiking in two of the world's worst-affected countries, the United States and Brazil.
The organisation reported on Friday the highest number in terms of new coronavirus cases ever recorded, warning that the pandemic is exposing migrants to "an even more severe hardship".
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The pressure is easing in Europe but other parts of the world are in the eye of the COVID-19 storm.
"Leadership in times of crisis does matter," writes Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey. "President Bolsonaro is - devastatingly for Brazil - testament to this."
It comes three days after the country's supreme court released a video of a cabinet meeting in which Bolsonaro is alleged to have tried to interfere with the federal police.
Brazil remains the area's worst-affected country with over 21,000 coronavirus-related deaths.
Almost two-thirds of the 106,000 new COVID-19 infections reported globally on Tuesday were recorded in just four countries.
The demonstration was held on International Nurses Day on Tuesday (May 12).
Cases of coronavirus are spreading rapidly in parts of Latin America and threaten to overwhelm already weak medical services
It's part of an attempt to get people to wear face masks and stop the spread of coronavirus.
Brazilians won't want lockdown to stop at this rate.
Brazil's president has campaigned to keep the country's economy afloat during the spread of COVID-19.