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COVID-19 Death Toll Hits 60,000 In Brazil

According to the country’s health ministry, there are no signs daily cases of the novel virus or death tolls is reducing due to current development.

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Brazil government has expressed worries over recent cases of Coronavirus pandemic in the country as death toll hits 60,000.

According to the country’s health ministry, there are no signs daily cases of the novel virus or death tolls is reducing due to current development.

Naija News understands that Brazil has in the last twenty-four hours recorded no less than 1,000 fatalities of the dreaded global pandemic. The country has over the days witnessed a large number of daily death reports.

Reports also had it that Brazil is the second most affected nation in the world with cases the novel virus, coming after the United States. So far, not less than 1.44 million Brazil citizens are said to have been infected with the killer virus.

According to reports, newly found cases of COVID-19 in the South American country surpassed 46,000.

Meanwhile, Naija News reported earlier that Carlos Decotelli, Brazil’s education minister has tendered his resignation a few days after his appointment.

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