His remarks came a day after Brazil saw a record ascend in passings over a 24-hour time frame.
Brazil is confronting its most noticeably terrible period of the pandemic yet, leaving its wellbeing framework in emergency.
Accordingly a few urban communities and states have forced their own limitations.
Brazil's wellbeing service says in excess of 260,000 individuals have kicked the bucket with Covid-19, the second-most noteworthy pandemic loss of life on the planet after the US.
On Thursday, another 1,699 passings were added to that count, a slight diminishing on Wednesday's record 1,910. In the mean time, a further 75,102 instances of Covid were accounted for, the second-most elevated every day ascend on record.
Brazil's day by day passings arrive at unequaled high
Will antibodies neutralize the new variations?
The blast of cases has been credited to the spread of an exceptionally infectious variation of the infection thought to have begun in the Amazon city of Manaus.
However on Thursday Mr Bolsonaro kept on minimizing the danger presented by the infection.
"Quit crying. How long are you going to continue to cry about it?" Mr Bolsonaro said at an occasion. "How much longer will you stay at home and close everything? Nobody can stand it any longer. We lament the passings, once more, yet we need an answer."
What response has there been to President Bolsonaro's remarks?
The remarks were met with an enraged reaction from São Paulo's lead representative, João Doria, who has been especially searing of Mr Bolsonaro's treatment of the pandemic.
Addressing the BBC, Mr Doria called President Bolsonaro "an insane person" for assaulting "lead representatives and civic chairmen who need to purchase immunizations and assist the country with finishing this pandemic".
"How might we deal with the issue, seeing individuals kick the bucket each day? The wellbeing framework in Brazil is nearly breakdown," Mr Doria said.
media captionMr Doria portrayed President Bolsonaro as "an insane person"
President Bolsonaro has reliably contradicted isolate measures presented by lead representatives, contending that the blow-back to the economy will be more awful than the impacts of the actual infection.
"Shockingly, Brazil needs to battle, as of now, two infections: the Covid and Bolsonaro infection. This is a bitterness for the Brazilians," Mr Doria said.
What measures are urban areas and states presenting?
Worried about the strain on clinics, civic chairmen and state lead representatives have assumed control over issue as of late.
Rio de Janeiro is the furthest down the line city to declare a fractional lockdown, setting limitations on bars, eateries and sea shores.
The measures, which will produce results on Friday for multi week, will require bars and cafés to close early and suspend business movement on the city's celebrated sea shores.
The estimates come after São Paulo state - Brazil's biggest, with 46 million individuals - announced a "code red" circumstance, requesting insignificant organizations shut for about fourteen days beginning Saturday.
Disappointed state lead representatives declared on Tuesday that they would unite to purchase immunizations straightforwardly from makers instead of trust that the national government will convey them.
Brazil, the most noticeably terrible influenced country by Covid in Latin America, has falled behind in its carry out of Covid antibodies.
What do we think about the new variation?
Scientists from the University of São Paulo working with their associates at Imperial College London and Oxford University imagine that the subsequent wave might be connected to the development of another variation of Covid which has been followed to the city of Manaus.
The new variation, named P.1, was first identified in quite a while who had ventured out from Manaus to Japan in January. The specialists examining it think it previously arose in Manaus toward the beginning of November and has been spreading there rapidly since.
Their information - which is as yet fundamental - recommends that the P.1 variation could be up to twice as communicable as the first form of the infection.
It additionally proposes that the new variation could avoid insusceptibility developed by having had the first form of Covid. They put the opportunity of reinfection at somewhere in the range of 25% and 60%.
Manaus, in the Amazon area, was one of the hardest hit urban areas in the principal wave of the pandemic.
One investigation of blood benefactors proposed that 3/4 of the city's populace had been contaminated with Covid by October.
It was normal that individuals contaminated in the main wave would have obtained some level of insurance or insusceptibility. But, the city has seen a second rush of diseases.
Analysts figure this might be on the grounds that another variation has arisen which might be avoiding resistance gave by past diseases.
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