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WHO: Brazil's COVID-19 cases 'much higher' than reports

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WHO: Brazil's COVID-19 cases 'much higher' than reports

WHO: Brazil's COVID-19 cases 'much higher' than reports

The World Health Organization says the lack of testing means many cases are likely going undetected in the world’s second-worst affected with 51,000 deaths reported so far.

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