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Brazilian cities start reopening ahead of expected COVID-19 peak

26 May 2020 21:20
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Brazilian cities start reopening ahead of expected COVID-19 peak

BRASILIA. KAZINFORM Various regions of Brazil are beginning a gradual reopening despite a study showing that the COVID-19 epidemic is yet to reach its peak in the country, which is now second most-affected in the world with almost 375,000 cases and more than 23,000 deaths.

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