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Brazil jumps to world No. 2 in coronavirus cases, behind the U.S.

Reuters Friday, 22 May 2020
Brazil became the world No. 2 hotspot for coronavirus cases on Friday, second only to the United States, after it confirmed that 330,890 people had been infected by the virus, overtaking Russia, the Health Ministry said.
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