Coronavirus: Brazil records highest daily jump in deaths
In the face of a spreading pandemic, indigenous activists, celebrities and agents on the ground warn inaction is enough to wipe out many indigenous people
Brazil on Tuesday recorded the highest daily deaths caused by COVID-19, Reuters reported on Wednesday. So far, the virus has killed 17,971 in Brazil and infected 2,71,628, including 17,408 new cases registered on Tuesday.
COVID-19 has entered the remote indigenous lands in Brazil's Amazon, the government agency responsible for protecting native people brushed off calls for action.
In the face of a spreading pandemic, indigenous activists, celebrities and agents on the ground warn inaction is enough to wipe out many indigenous people.
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