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Deaths jump in Brazil's indigenous tribes as virus spreads

Reuters Thursday, 4 June 2020
Coronavirus is spreading fast through Brazil's indigenous populations, with deaths caused by the disease increasing more than five-fold in the past month, according to data collected by a national association of first peoples.
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Coronavirus is spreading fast through Brazil's indigenous populations, with deaths caused by the disease increasing more than five-fold in the past month, according to data collected by a national association of first peoples. Lucy Fielder reports.

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