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WHO says South America new coronavirus 'epicentre'

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WHO says South America new coronavirus 'epicentre'

WHO says South America new coronavirus 'epicentre'

Brazil, whose president has resisted restrictions, is the hardest-hit country in the region with over 330,890 cases.

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