Brazil coronavirus cases pass 5 million mark
Brazil has surpassed five million coronavirus infections and is approaching 150,000 deaths from the disease, amid optimism the virus is slowing in the hard-hit South American country. The Health Ministry reported 31,553 new infections in the previous 24 hours, registering a total of 5,000,694 cases overall, behind only the United States and India. Home to 212 million people, Brazil also counted 734 new deaths yesterday, meaning the virus has claimed 148,228 lives since the country recorded its first death in March. Brazil has the...
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