Bahia government video portrays the pain of losing relatives to Covid-19

Bahia government advertisement warns of the pain of those who lost relatives to Covid-19. Photo: Reproduction

Bahia government advertisement warns of the pain of those who lost relatives to Covid-19. Photo: Reproduction

Faced with denialist movements and against sanitary measures in the pandemic, yet another television piece tries to convince that the coronavirus is a lethal disease. Launched this Thursday 1, by the government of Bahia, the video is dedicated to explain in a minute what is, in practice, the pain of the death of a relative.

“At that table, he would always sit down, and he would always tell me what it is like to live better,” says the song that starts the video. In the images, three different families serve the meal of the day and cry in front of an empty chair, where a father, son or wife would sit. At the end of the play, it is asked, once again, that the population collaborate and respect social distance.

“At that table he is missing, and his longing is hurting me,” says an excerpt from the television play.

Brazil broke a 24-hour death record on Wednesday 31, with 3,869 fatalities reported. There are 321,515 deaths in total. March 2021 was the most lethal month of Covid-19 in Brazil, with more than 66 thousand deaths.

In Bahia, governed by Rui Costa (PT), there are 15.3 thousand deaths and 803 thousand cases of the disease. According to the PT, more than 10% of the population was vaccinated in the territory of Bahia, being the 2nd state in Brazil with the highest percentage of people immunized.

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