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Exclusive: Brazil battles dozens of coronavirus cases on offshore oil rigs

Reuters Tuesday, 14 April 2020
There have been 126 confirmed cases of the coronavirus among oil and gas workers in Brazil, including 74 people who were recently on offshore oil platforms, industry regulator ANP told Reuters on Tuesday, revealing an outbreak far worse than previously thought.
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