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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in Brazil, native peoples join the list of Covid-19 victims that is growing every day.

There have already been 77 fatalities among the country's 34 indigenous tribes - with 308 confirmed cases of infection - according to figures from SESAI (Special Secretariat of Indigenous Health) and APIB (Articulation of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil).

Approximately 81,000 indigenous people in 230 tribal territories are at risk from the novel coronavirus, according to these organizations. "It's frightening how fast we've recorded the increase in deaths among indigenous peoples. In . . .

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