One of the country’s most tenacious pests, it’s almost invisible and its bites are painful and persistent.
Wandercy Pugliesi, 58, named his son Adolf, and police seized a trove of Nazi-related materials from him in 1994.
Though the number of daily cases has come down from a peak in July, public health experts warn that Brazil is ignoring social distancing precautions and faces the danger of a second wave.
O Globo, one of Brazil's leading dailies, cited a more than 300-page indictment detailing the charges.
Bolsonaro will issue decrees laying the legal groundwork to join COVAX in the official gazette, it said.