38 days before the start of the Olympics in Rio situation in the city deteriorated. Moreover many players scared of the virus, Zeke, so also on the beach was found the remains of a human body. The remains were beached in front of the Arena, where a beach volleyball.
The dismembered foot and other part of the body is still unidentified, said a military police officer Andre Luiz. Police believe the victim was a woman. Although the circumstances of the death of a man unknown, it's another blow to the host country - has not recovered from the financial problems and the outbreak of zika virus.
Two days before the opening, the acting Governor of the state of Rio de Janeiro warned that the games may suffer a "big drop" because the state has no money.
"I am optimistic about the game, but I have to show reality. We can make great Olympics, but if not taken any steps, this can be a big failure," said Francisco Dornelles Brazilian newspaper O Globo.
Some of the costs of the Olympic games is funded by the city of Rio de Janeiro, but the burden rests with the government of the state of Rio de Janeiro, and it is in poor condition. The government announced on the official Assembly of the state of emergency. Frustration over unpaid wages for law enforcement officers resulted in several protests. On the same day, several people raised a banner at the airport saying: "Welcome to hell, police and firefighters don't pay, who comes to Rio de Janeiro may not be safe."
The next day, the man tried to extinguish the Olympic torch, throwing a bucket of water on him.
In turn, there are other issues of concern. For example, untreated waste water. Team USA is taking extra precautions and will wear seamless antimicrobial dressings. Moreover, Brazil is trying to fight off the virus, Zeke. That also does not bring positive results.
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