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Latin America's most populous country now has over 1 million infections and more than 50,000 COVID-19 deaths. But President Jair Bolsonaro continues to dismiss the outbreak, and has protested local lockdown measures. The rate of infections continues to grow, threatening indigenous communities in the Amazon, with many accusing the government of genocide.
In this episode:
Teresa Bo, Al Jazeera journalist covering Latin America.
Protests target Bolsonaro after Brazil's worst coronavirus week
In Pictures: COVID-19 ravages Amazon river communities in Brazil
COVID-19 spreading fast among Brazil's Indigenous tribes
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