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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Yesterday, August 13th, the Ministry of Agriculture called on China to explain the alleged contamination with the novel coronavirus of a batch of Brazilian frozen chicken. In a statement, the portfolio reported that it has not yet been officially notified by the Chinese government and that it is considering the issue as an "alleged detection" of Covid-19.

The Chinese city of Shenzhen on Thursday identified a Brazilian meat plant owned by Aurora, the country’s third largest processor of chicken and pork, as the source of frozen chicken wings that tested positive for the novel . . .

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