Brazil now second in virus deaths, as US states see rising cases

Credit: WorldNews- Published on June 13, 2020
Brazil on Friday claimed the unenviable position of having the second-highest coronavirus death toll worldwide behind the United States, where several states have posted record daily case totals, signalling the crisis is far from over. US and European stocks ended the week on an upswing after a rout sparked by the US data and...
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