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Brazil becomes 6th worst-Covid-19-hit country, passing France, as court demands Bolsonaro’s test

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Brazil is Latin America’s worst-hit country by the coronavirus pandemic, but the country also passed France and became the World’s 6th country in cases, with over 190,000 cases and over 13,000 deaths. As FRANCE 24’s Rio de Janeiro correspondent Lucinda Elliott reports, far-right President Jair Bolsonaro is now obliged by the Congress to hand in his Covid-19 tests in 30 days. This comes after a big wave of infections amid presidency staff.

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