Brazil marks more than 3,000 daily Covid-19 deaths, a grim new record

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Brazil’s daily Covid-19 death toll soared past 3,000 for the first time Tuesday as the hard-hit country struggled to contain a surge of cases that has pushed many hospitals to breaking point.

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