Brazil reports 34,000 new cases of coronavirus, 1,163 deaths

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazil registered 34,177 new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus and 1,163 new deaths on Friday, the health ministry said. Total cases in Brazil, the world's second most affected country after the United States, have now risen to 2,046,328 while deaths totaled 76,688. (Reporting by Pedro Fonseca; Editing by Sandra Maler)

Reuters July 18, 2020 04:11:05 IST
Brazil reports 34,000 new cases of coronavirus, 1,163 deaths

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RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazil registered 34,177 new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus and 1,163 new deaths on Friday, the health ministry said.

Total cases in Brazil, the world's second most affected country after the United States, have now risen to 2,046,328 while deaths totaled 76,688.

(Reporting by Pedro Fonseca; Editing by Sandra Maler)

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