Brazilians on Wednesday held what was described as the largest protest against far-right President Jair Bolsonaro to date, but the demonstration did not take place in the streets.Instead, voluntarily confined to their homes to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, millions of people in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro took to their balconies and windows to demand Bolsonaro\u0026#039;s ouster over his handling of the COVID-19 outbreak, which the president continues to downplay even after more than a dozen members of his inner circle tested positive for the disease.The massive protests kicked off mid-afternoon Wednesday as Bolsonaro delivered a televised address on the coronavirus, which has officially infected more than 400 people in Brazil. Bolsonaro, who last week dismissed fears over the pandemic as a \u0022fantasy,\u0022 acknowledged the severity of the virus but said \u0022we can\u0026#039;t let ourselves go into hysteria.\u0022None too pleased by Bolsonaro\u0026#039;s response, Brazilians continued protesting into the evening, banging pots and pans, flickering their lights, and blasting music. \u0022Bolsonaro out!\u0022 demonstrators chanted.o panelaço contra o presidente já começou aqui na bela vista #ForaBolsonaro pic.twitter.com/8bcFVeF5mE— Victor Calazans (@victor_calazans) March 18, 2020eu sinto vontade de enfiar a panela na goela e a colher de metal no cu desses desgraçados que ajudaram a eleger Bolsonaro e agora se fazem de arrependidos. arrependido é o c! lidem com o desgoverno até o fim, com a máscara cirúrgica pendurada na orelha.– pinheiros, são paulo, sp pic.twitter.com/1T7qStGhZD— Marco Gomes (@marcogomes) March 18, 2020Bolsonaro—who said he tested negative for COVID-19 on a second screening following conflicting reports on the results of an initial test—sparked outrage over the weekend by leaving self-quarantine to mingle with his supporters holding a mass demonstration in the streets, flouting the Brazilian health ministry\u0026#039;s warning against large gatherings.\u0022He proceeded to touch at least 272 of [his supporters],\u0022\u0026nbsp;The Intercept reported, \u0022including shaking hands, fist bumping, and taking their telephones to snap selfies before handing them back.\u0022Brazilian lawmaker David Miranda, joined by fellow lawmakers and others in Brazilian civil society, circulated a petition Wednesday demanding Bolsonaro\u0026#039;s impeachment for acting \u0022irresponsibly and criminally\u0022 during the coronavirus outbreak.\u0022Brazil can\u0026#039;t take it anymore,\u0022 the petition reads.