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Brazil registers 620 new deaths and 23,101 new cases of coronavirus

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BRASILIA, (Reuters) – Brazil yesterday registered 620 new deaths and 23,101 new cases of coronavirus, the health ministry said.

In total, Brazil now has 3,340,197 confirmed cases and 107,852 deaths due to COVID-19.

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