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Brazilian doctors medevac indigenous COVID-19 cases to Amazon city

Reuters Tuesday, 19 May 2020 ()
The novel coronavirus is spreading so fast among the indigenous people in the furthest parts of Brazil's Amazon rainforest that doctors are now evacuating critical COVID-19 patients by plane to the only intensive care units in the vast region.
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