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Brazil suffers record coronavirus deaths, Trump mulls travel ban

Reuters Wednesday, 20 May 2020
Brazil's daily death toll from the new coronavirus jumped to a record 1,179 on Tuesday as President Jair Bolsonaro doubled down on chloroquine as a possible remedy and U.S. leader Donald Trump said he is considering a travel ban from Brazil.
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