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Two Brazilian governors test positive for coronavirus

Reuters Tuesday, 14 April 2020
Two Brazilian state governors tested positive for the new coronavirus on Tuesday, in the tourist hotspot of Rio de Janeiro and the Amazon rainforest state of Pará, becoming the latest leaders to get the disease as it spreads across the country.
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