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Protest in Rio against government as Brazil reaches 300,000 Covid-19 deaths


Demonstrators of the human rights NGO 'Rio de Paz' hold signs that read 'shame' and lay 30 roses on symbolic hospital beds during a protest against the Brazilian government's handling of the pandemic as the country surpasses 300,000 deaths from Covid-19.

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