Major Brazilian cities set lockdowns as virus spreads

Reuters Tuesday, 5 May 2020
São Luis became Brazil's first major city to begin a coronavirus "lockdown" on Tuesday with another, Fortaleza, saying it would follow suit on Friday, as local health services struggle to cope with the pandemic.

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