Brazil sows further COVID-19 confusion by releasing contradictory sets of figures
Monday, 8 June 2020
After removing cumulative numbers for how many people have died in Brazil of coronavirus from a national website, the Health Ministry sowed further confusion and controversy by releasing two contradictory sets of figures for the latest tally of infection cases and fatalities.
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