The Brazil Popular and Fearless People Fronts, the Workers' Party (PT), trade unions and student organizations are supporting the demonstrations in over 450 cities.
Protesters called on the conservative Lower House's chairman Arthur Lira to respect the popular will and accept the impeachment requests against Bolsonaro.
They demand also an immediate response to stop the wave of deaths and the economic crisis provoked by the pandemic, which has plunged 59 percent of the Brazilian population into food insecurity.
Hundreds of Indigenous peoples are marching in Brasilia against President Bolsonaro. It's one of more than 400 protests in cities around the world today & it's part of their ongoing occupation of #Brazil's capital in defense of their rights & land. #19Jpic.twitter.com/NfwfoHGZTR