Luisa Sonza, who is presumed dead by SUS, must demonstrate that she is alive

Luisa Sonza encountered a very unpleasant situation while registering for the Covid vaccination card via the ConectSus app. According to information from Leo Dias’ column on the Metrópoles website, the singer discovered that she had died in the SUS, or Unified Health System.

Sonza went to court to prove that she is alive because she was unable to travel to Europe as a result of this.

The artist’s lawyer was able to reverse the situation, allowing her to take the document and travel.

This appears to be a fairly common practice. Some famous people, in addition to Luisa Sonza, are going through this when they go to register with the SUS.

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Luisa Sonza is a Brazilian singer-songwriter who was born in Tuparendi, Rio Grande do Sul on June 18, 1998. She is married to comedian Whindersson Nunes.

Luisa’s career began at a young age: at the age of seven, she began singing at the Centro de Tradiçes Gachas (CTG) in her hometown, until she was hired by Banda Sol Maior, where she remained until her adolescence. In 2015, she launched a YouTube channel and published several covers, including collaborations with celebrities. At the same time, she began to gain a lot of attention and became known as the “Queen of Covers” by the general public.

She signed with Universal Music in 2017 and released her first original song, “Good Vibes.” “Olhos Castanhos,” her first single, was a tribute to her husband, Whindersson. Other hits she is responsible for include “Devagarinho,” “Boa Menina,” and “Pior Que Possa Imaginar.”

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