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Covid 19 coronavirus: Inside Brazil's Manaus, the world's worst hit-city where cases are on the rise again

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 10 October 2020
Covid 19 coronavirus: Inside Brazil's Manaus, the world's worst hit-city where cases are on the rise againlisses Xavier will never forget the noise. At the peak of the pandemic, when workers here were forced to abandon individual graves in favour of long trenches excavated with a faded yellow digger, the cemetery's tranquillity was shattered."At...
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As India continues to battle the Coronavirus Pandemic, it has crossed the landmark milestone of 60 lakh recoveries from the novel coronavirus as per the Health Ministry data. The country's coronavirus cases have soared past 70-lakh mark, taking it ever closer to overtaking the United States as the...

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