Brazil reports 35,918 new coronavirus cases, 606 deaths
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazil recorded 35,918 additional confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in the past 24 hours and 606 deaths from COVID-19, the Health Ministry said on Thursday. Brazil has registered nearly 6 million cases of the virus since the pandemic began, while the official death toll has risen to 168,061, according to ministry data. (Reporting by Pedro Fonseca; editing by Diane Craft)
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Brazil has registered nearly 6 million cases of the virus since the pandemic began, while the official death toll has risen to 168,061, according to ministry data.
(Reporting by Pedro Fonseca; editing by Diane Craft)
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