Brazil nears 200,000 deaths: COVID-19 vaccine not ready yet

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  • Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “Brazil nears 200,000 deaths: COVID-19 vaccine not ready yet” – below is their description.

    Brazil is now approaching 200,000 coronavirus deaths, second only to the United States.

    But while Americans are vaccinating, people in Brazil are still waiting.

    Al Jazeera’s Monica Yanakiew reports from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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