Brazil has the highest coronavirus death toll after the United States | COVID-19 Special

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Brazilian President Bolsonaro called it “a little flu”. Now his country has the highest coronavirus death toll after the United States. Infection and death rates are slowly easing but that’s little consolation for the bereaved.

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