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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Historic rights violations that were threatening indigenous peoples have become a matter of public health during the Covid-19 pandemic. The problems faced by the Yanomami, such as deforestation and the action of miners in their territory, as well as obstacles in accessing quality health care services, outweigh the risks of Covid-19 infection and leave these indigenous people more vulnerable at this time.

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