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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Ibirapuera Campaign Hospital celebrates the 1,000 discharge of patients with Covid-19. Teresinha de Jesus da Silva, 70, was cured after 5 days of hospitalization. Health professionals threw a party to celebrate the date and discharge in S?o Paulo, Brazil on June 25, 2020. (Photo: Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Technicians from an outsourced company hired by the Campo Mour?o Chamber, started this Thursday, June 25, 2020 on the disinfection process with Combacter 800 in the entire Legislative Building in Campo Mour?o, Brazil. Disinfection was a preventive measure taken by the Board of Directors of the Chamber, following all the guidelines of the protocol of the World Health Organization (WHO), after an advisor tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The city also closed its doors because of an infected server. In the photo, an employee of a third-party company, wearing special clothing, applies the product to eliminate viruses inside the Campo Mour?o Chamber. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Technicians from an outsourced company hired by the Campo Mour?o Chamber, started this Thursday, June 25, 2020 on the disinfection process with Combacter 800 in the entire Legislative Building in Campo Mour?o, Brazil. Disinfection was a preventive measure taken by the Board of Directors of the Chamber, following all the guidelines of the protocol of the World Health Organization (WHO), after an advisor tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The city also closed its doors because of an infected server. In the photo, an employee of a third-party company, wearing special clothing, applies the product to eliminate viruses in the plenary session of the Campo Mour?o Chamber. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Technicians from an outsourced company hired by the Campo Mour?o Chamber, started this Thursday, June 25, 2020 on the disinfection process with Combacter 800 in the entire Legislative Building in Campo Mour?o, Brazil. Disinfection was a preventive measure taken by the Board of Directors of the Chamber, following all the guidelines of the protocol of the World Health Organization (WHO), after an advisor tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The city also closed its doors because of an infected server. In the photo, an employee of a third-party company, wearing special clothing, applies the product to eliminate viruses inside the Campo Mour?o Chamber. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Technicians from an outsourced company hired by the Campo Mour?o Chamber, started this Thursday, June 25, 2020 on the disinfection process with Combacter 800 in the entire Legislative Building in Campo Mour?o, Brazil. Disinfection was a preventive measure taken by the Board of Directors of the Chamber, following all the guidelines of the protocol of the World Health Organization (WHO), after an advisor tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The city also closed its doors because of an infected server. In the photo, an employee of a third-party company, wearing special clothing, applies the product to eliminate viruses inside the Campo Mour?o Chamber. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Technicians from an outsourced company hired by the Campo Mour?o Chamber, started this Thursday, June 25, 2020 on the disinfection process with Combacter 800 in the entire Legislative Building in Campo Mour?o, Brazil. Disinfection was a preventive measure taken by the Board of Directors of the Chamber, following all the guidelines of the protocol of the World Health Organization (WHO), after an advisor tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The city also closed its doors because of an infected server. In the photo, an employee of a third-party company, wearing special clothing, applies the product to eliminate viruses in the plenary session of the Campo Mour?o Chamber. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Technicians from an outsourced company hired by the Campo Mour?o Chamber, started this Thursday, June 25, 2020 on the disinfection process with Combacter 800 in the entire Legislative Building in Campo Mour?o, Brazil. Disinfection was a preventive measure taken by the Board of Directors of the Chamber, following all the guidelines of the protocol of the World Health Organization (WHO), after an advisor tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The city also closed its doors because of an infected server. In the photo, an employee of a third-party company, wearing special clothing, applies the product to eliminate viruses in the plenary session of the Campo Mour?o Chamber. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Technicians from an outsourced company hired by the Campo Mour?o Chamber, started this Thursday, June 25, 2020 on the disinfection process with Combacter 800 in the entire Legislative Building in Campo Mour?o, Brazil. Disinfection was a preventive measure taken by the Board of Directors of the Chamber, following all the guidelines of the protocol of the World Health Organization (WHO), after an advisor tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The city also closed its doors because of an infected server. In the photo, an employee of a third-party company, wearing special clothing, applies the product to eliminate viruses inside the Campo Mour?o Chamber. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Technicians from an outsourced company hired by the Campo Mour?o Chamber, started this Thursday, June 25, 2020 on the disinfection process with Combacter 800 in the entire Legislative Building in Campo Mour?o, Brazil. Disinfection was a preventive measure taken by the Board of Directors of the Chamber, following all the guidelines of the protocol of the World Health Organization (WHO), after an advisor tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The city also closed its doors because of an infected server. In the photo, an employee of a third-party company, wearing special clothing, applies the product to eliminate viruses inside the Campo Mour?o Chamber. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Technicians from an outsourced company hired by the Campo Mour?o Chamber, started this Thursday, June 25, 2020 on the disinfection process with Combacter 800 in the entire Legislative Building in Campo Mour?o, Brazil. Disinfection was a preventive measure taken by the Board of Directors of the Chamber, following all the guidelines of the protocol of the World Health Organization (WHO), after an advisor tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The city also closed its doors because of an infected server. In the photo, an employee of a third-party company, wearing special clothes, applies the product to eliminate viruses in the plenary session of the Campo Mour?o Chamber. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Technicians from an outsourced company hired by the Campo Mour?o Chamber, started this Thursday, June 25, 2020 on the disinfection process with Combacter 800 in the entire Legislative Building in Campo Mour?o, Brazil. Disinfection was a preventive measure taken by the Board of Directors of the Chamber, following all the guidelines of the protocol of the World Health Organization (WHO), after an advisor tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The city also closed its doors because of an infected server. In the photo, easels prevent access to the city hall building, closed due to an employee with Covid-19. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Technicians from an outsourced company hired by the Campo Mour?o Chamber, started this Thursday, June 25, 2020 on the disinfection process with Combacter 800 in the entire Legislative Building in Campo Mour?o, Brazil. Disinfection was a preventive measure taken by the Board of Directors of the Chamber, following all the guidelines of the protocol of the World Health Organization (WHO), after an advisor tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The city also closed its doors because of an infected server. In the photo, an employee of a third-party company, wearing special clothing, applies the product to eliminate viruses inside the Campo Mour?o Chamber. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Technicians from an outsourced company hired by the Campo Mour?o Chamber, started this Thursday, June 25, 2020 on the disinfection process with Combacter 800 in the entire Legislative Building in Campo Mour?o, Brazil. Disinfection was a preventive measure taken by the Board of Directors of the Chamber, following all the guidelines of the protocol of the World Health Organization (WHO), after an advisor tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The city also closed its doors because of an infected server. In the photo, a bottle of product used to disinfect the premises of the Chamber with the case of Covid-19. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Technicians from an outsourced company hired by the Campo Mour?o Chamber, started this Thursday, June 25, 2020 on the disinfection process with Combacter 800 in the entire Legislative Building in Campo Mour?o, Brazil. Disinfection was a preventive measure taken by the Board of Directors of the Chamber, following all the guidelines of the protocol of the World Health Organization (WHO), after an advisor tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The city also closed its doors because of an infected server. In the photo, an employee of a third-party company, wearing special clothing, applies the product to eliminate viruses inside the Campo Mour?o Chamber. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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IBOPE in partnership with the Federal University of Pelotas conducts a national survey in 133 cities to test COVID 19, the objective is to carry out 33,250 rapid tests and interviews in Brazil from June 21 to 23. Coordinated by the Federal University of Pelotas with funding from the Ministry of Health, is the largest population survey in the world to estimate the prevalence of Covid-19 in Belem, Brazil on June 23, 2020. (Photo by Filipe Bispo/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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IBOPE in partnership with the Federal University of Pelotas conducts a national survey in 133 cities to test COVID 19, the objective is to carry out 33,250 rapid tests and interviews in Brazil from June 21 to 23. Coordinated by the Federal University of Pelotas with funding from the Ministry of Health, is the largest population survey in the world to estimate the prevalence of Covid-19 in Belem, Brazil on June 23, 2020. (Photo by Filipe Bispo/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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IBOPE in partnership with the Federal University of Pelotas conducts a national survey in 133 cities to test COVID 19, the objective is to carry out 33,250 rapid tests and interviews in Brazil from June 21 to 23. Coordinated by the Federal University of Pelotas with funding from the Ministry of Health, is the largest population survey in the world to estimate the prevalence of Covid-19 in Belem, Brazil on June 23, 2020. (Photo by Filipe Bispo/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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IBOPE in partnership with the Federal University of Pelotas conducts a national survey in 133 cities to test COVID 19, the objective is to carry out 33,250 rapid tests and interviews in Brazil from June 21 to 23. Coordinated by the Federal University of Pelotas with funding from the Ministry of Health, is the largest population survey in the world to estimate the prevalence of Covid-19 in Belem, Brazil on June 23, 2020. (Photo by Filipe Bispo/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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IBOPE in partnership with the Federal University of Pelotas conducts a national survey in 133 cities to test COVID 19, the objective is to carry out 33,250 rapid tests and interviews in Brazil from June 21 to 23. Coordinated by the Federal University of Pelotas with funding from the Ministry of Health, is the largest population survey in the world to estimate the prevalence of Covid-19 in Belem, Brazil on June 23, 2020. (Photo by Filipe Bispo/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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IBOPE in partnership with the Federal University of Pelotas conducts a national survey in 133 cities to test COVID 19, the objective is to carry out 33,250 rapid tests and interviews in Brazil from June 21 to 23. Coordinated by the Federal University of Pelotas with funding from the Ministry of Health, is the largest population survey in the world to estimate the prevalence of Covid-19 in Belem, Brazil on June 23, 2020. (Photo by Filipe Bispo/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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IBOPE in partnership with the Federal University of Pelotas conducts a national survey in 133 cities to test COVID 19, the objective is to carry out 33,250 rapid tests and interviews in Brazil from June 21 to 23. Coordinated by the Federal University of Pelotas with funding from the Ministry of Health, is the largest population survey in the world to estimate the prevalence of Covid-19 in Belem, Brazil on June 23, 2020. (Photo by Filipe Bispo/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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IBOPE in partnership with the Federal University of Pelotas conducts a national survey in 133 cities to test COVID 19, the objective is to carry out 33,250 rapid tests and interviews in Brazil from June 21 to 23. Coordinated by the Federal University of Pelotas with funding from the Ministry of Health, is the largest population survey in the world to estimate the prevalence of Covid-19 in Belem, Brazil on June 23, 2020. (Photo by Filipe Bispo/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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IBOPE in partnership with the Federal University of Pelotas conducts a national survey in 133 cities to test COVID 19, the objective is to carry out 33,250 rapid tests and interviews in Brazil from June 21 to 23. Coordinated by the Federal University of Pelotas with funding from the Ministry of Health, is the largest population survey in the world to estimate the prevalence of Covid-19 in Belem, Brazil on June 23, 2020. (Photo by Filipe Bispo/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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IBOPE in partnership with the Federal University of Pelotas conducts a national survey in 133 cities to test COVID 19, the objective is to carry out 33,250 rapid tests and interviews in Brazil from June 21 to 23. Coordinated by the Federal University of Pelotas with funding from the Ministry of Health, is the largest population survey in the world to estimate the prevalence of Covid-19 in Belem, Brazil on June 23, 2020. (Photo by Filipe Bispo/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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S?O PAULO, SP - 23.06.2020: RECORDE MORTES COVID 19 EM SP - Coveiros work at the burial of a victim of Covid-19 at Cemiterio S?o Luis, south zone of S?o Paulo, this Tuesday afternoon (23). The state once again set a record for the death toll from the disease. (Photo by Bruno Rocha/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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S?O PAULO, SP - 23.06.2020: RECORDE MORTES COVID 19 EM SP - Coveiros work at the burial of a victim of Covid-19 at Cemiterio S?o Luis, south zone of S?o Paulo, this Tuesday afternoon (23). The state once again set a record for the death toll from the disease. (Photo by Bruno Rocha/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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S?O PAULO, SP - 23.06.2020: RECORDE MORTES COVID 19 EM SP - Coveiros work at the burial of a victim of Covid-19 at Cemiterio S?o Luis, south zone of S?o Paulo, this Tuesday afternoon (23). The state once again set a record for the death toll from the disease. (Photo by Bruno Rocha/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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S?O PAULO, SP - 23.06.2020: RECORDE MORTES COVID 19 EM SP - Coveiros work at the burial of a victim of Covid-19 at Cemiterio S?o Luis, south zone of S?o Paulo, this Tuesday afternoon (23). The state once again set a record for the death toll from the disease. (Photo by Bruno Rocha/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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S?O PAULO, SP - 23.06.2020: RECORDE MORTES COVID 19 EM SP - Coveiros work at the burial of a victim of Covid-19 at Cemiterio S?o Luis, south zone of S?o Paulo, this Tuesday afternoon (23). The state once again set a record for the death toll from the disease. (Photo by Bruno Rocha/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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On the day that the malls reopened by the State Health Secretariat (SES-PE), it released 381 new cases of people infected by Covid-19 pandemic. People at the entrance to Shopping Boa Vista in downtown Recife, Brazil on June 22, 2020. (Photo by Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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On the day that the malls reopened by the State Health Secretariat (SES-PE), it released 381 new cases of people infected by Covid-19 pandemic. People at the entrance to Shopping Boa Vista in downtown Recife, Brazil on June 22, 2020. (Photo by Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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On the day that the malls reopened by the State Health Secretariat (SES-PE), it released 381 new cases of people infected by Covid-19 pandemic. People at the entrance to Shopping Boa Vista in downtown Recife, Brazil on June 22, 2020. (Photo by Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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On the day that the malls reopened by the State Health Secretariat (SES-PE), it released 381 new cases of people infected by Covid-19 pandemic. People at the entrance to Shopping Boa Vista in downtown Recife, Brazil on June 22, 2020. (Photo by Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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On the day that the malls reopened by the State Health Secretariat (SES-PE), it released 381 new cases of people infected by Covid-19 pandemic. People at the entrance to Shopping Boa Vista in downtown Recife, Brazil on June 22, 2020. (Photo by Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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On the day that the malls reopened by the State Health Secretariat (SES-PE), it released 381 new cases of people infected by Covid-19 pandemic. People at the entrance to Shopping Boa Vista in downtown Recife, Brazil on June 22, 2020. (Photo by Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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On the day that the malls reopened by the State Health Secretariat (SES-PE), it released 381 new cases of people infected by Covid-19 pandemic. People at the entrance to Shopping Boa Vista in downtown Recife, Brazil on June 22, 2020. (Photo by Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Japanese automaker Nissan cut 398 employees at the Resende (RJ) plant on Monday, June 22, 2020 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, due to the crisis caused by the new coronavirus pandemic. The company says it seeks to adapt to the new market situation and needed to take new measures to ensure the sustainability of its operation in the country. (Photo by Aloisio Mauricio/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Japanese automaker Nissan cut 398 employees at the Resende (RJ) plant on Monday, June 22, 2020 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, due to the crisis caused by the new coronavirus pandemic. The company says it seeks to adapt to the new market situation and needed to take new measures to ensure the sustainability of its operation in the country. (Photo by Aloisio Mauricio/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Japanese automaker Nissan cut 398 employees at the Resende (RJ) plant on Monday, June 22, 2020 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, due to the crisis caused by the new coronavirus pandemic. The company says it seeks to adapt to the new market situation and needed to take new measures to ensure the sustainability of its operation in the country. (Photo by Aloisio Mauricio/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Japanese automaker Nissan cut 398 employees at the Resende (RJ) plant on Monday, June 22, 2020 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, due to the crisis caused by the new coronavirus pandemic. The company says it seeks to adapt to the new market situation and needed to take new measures to ensure the sustainability of its operation in the country. (Photo by Aloisio Mauricio/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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On the day that the malls reopened by the State Health Secretariat (SES-PE), it released 381 new cases of people infected by Covid-19 pandemic. People at the entrance to Shopping Boa Vista in downtown Recife, Brazil on June 22, 2020. (Photo by Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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On the day that the malls reopened by the State Health Secretariat (SES-PE), it released 381 new cases of people infected by Covid-19 pandemic. People at the entrance to Shopping Boa Vista in downtown Recife, Brazil on June 22, 2020. (Photo by Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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On the day that the malls reopened by the State Health Secretariat (SES-PE), it released 381 new cases of people infected by Covid-19 pandemic. People at the entrance to Shopping Boa Vista in downtown Recife, Brazil on June 22, 2020. (Photo by Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Japanese automaker Nissan cut 398 employees at the Resende (RJ) plant on Monday, June 22, 2020 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, due to the crisis caused by the new coronavirus pandemic. The company says it seeks to adapt to the new market situation and needed to take new measures to ensure the sustainability of its operation in the country. (Photo by Aloisio Mauricio/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Japanese automaker Nissan cut 398 employees at the Resende (RJ) plant on Monday, June 22, 2020 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, due to the crisis caused by the new coronavirus pandemic. The company says it seeks to adapt to the new market situation and needed to take new measures to ensure the sustainability of its operation in the country. (Photo by Aloisio Mauricio/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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A new bulletin from the State Department of Health of the State released this Sunday, June 21, 2020; 995 cases of infected by Covid-19 in Pernambuco, Brazil. There is a new decree to open parks, bike paths and beaches for exercise in Recife, Brazil. (Photo: Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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A new bulletin from the State Department of Health of the State released this Sunday, June 21, 2020; 995 cases of infected by Covid-19 in Pernambuco, Brazil. There is a new decree to open parks, bike paths and beaches for exercise in Recife, Brazil. (Photo: Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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A new bulletin from the State Department of Health of the State released this Sunday, June 21, 2020; 995 cases of infected by Covid-19 in Pernambuco, Brazil. There is a new decree to open parks, bike paths and beaches for exercise in Recife, Brazil. (Photo: Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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A new bulletin from the State Department of Health of the State released this Sunday, June 21, 2020; 995 cases of infected by Covid-19 in Pernambuco, Brazil. There is a new decree to open parks, bike paths and beaches for exercise in Recife, Brazil. (Photo: Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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A new bulletin from the State Department of Health of the State released this Sunday, June 21, 2020; 995 cases of infected by Covid-19 in Pernambuco, Brazil. There is a new decree to open parks, bike paths and beaches for exercise in Recife, Brazil. (Photo: Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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A new bulletin from the State Department of Health of the State released this Sunday, June 21, 2020; 995 cases of infected by Covid-19 in Pernambuco, Brazil. There is a new decree to open parks, bike paths and beaches for exercise in Recife, Brazil. (Photo: Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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A new bulletin from the State Department of Health of the State released this Sunday, June 21, 2020; 995 cases of infected by Covid-19 in Pernambuco, Brazil. There is a new decree to open parks, bike paths and beaches for exercise in Recife, Brazil. (Photo: Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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A new bulletin from the State Department of Health of the State released this Sunday, June 21, 2020; 995 cases of infected by Covid-19 in Pernambuco, Brazil. There is a new decree to open parks, bike paths and beaches for exercise in Recife, Brazil. (Photo: Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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A new bulletin from the State Department of Health of the State released this Sunday, June 21, 2020; 995 cases of infected by Covid-19 in Pernambuco, Brazil. There is a new decree to open parks, bike paths and beaches for exercise in Recife, Brazil. (Photo: Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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A new bulletin from the State Department of Health of the State released this Sunday, June 21, 2020; 995 cases of infected by Covid-19 in Pernambuco, Brazil. There is a new decree to open parks, bike paths and beaches for exercise in Recife, Brazil. (Photo: Veetmano Prem/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Our Lady of Aparecida Cemetery on Friday, on June 19, 2020 in Manaus, Brazil. The Cemetery suspended burials in mass graves after death toll.The Amazon surpassed 60,000 cases of Covid-19. (Photo: Sandro Pereira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Our Lady of Aparecida Cemetery on Friday, on June 19, 2020 in Manaus, Brazil. The Cemetery suspended burials in mass graves after death toll.The Amazon surpassed 60,000 cases of Covid-19. (Photo: Sandro Pereira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Our Lady of Aparecida Cemetery on Friday, on June 19, 2020 in Manaus, Brazil. The Cemetery suspended burials in mass graves after death toll.The Amazon surpassed 60,000 cases of Covid-19. (Photo: Sandro Pereira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Our Lady of Aparecida Cemetery on Friday, on June 19, 2020 in Manaus, Brazil. The Cemetery suspended burials in mass graves after death toll.The Amazon surpassed 60,000 cases of Covid-19. (Photo: Sandro Pereira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Our Lady of Aparecida Cemetery on Friday, on June 19, 2020 in Manaus, Brazil. The Cemetery suspended burials in mass graves after death toll.The Amazon surpassed 60,000 cases of Covid-19. (Photo: Sandro Pereira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Military personnel from the 28th Infantry Light Battalion (BIL) carried out the disinfection of the City Hall of Campinas, Brazil on June 18, 2020 to contain the spread of the coronavirus. (Photo: Leandro Ferreira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Military personnel from the 28th Infantry Light Battalion (BIL) carried out the disinfection of the City Hall of Campinas, Brazil on June 18, 2020 to contain the spread of the coronavirus. (Photo: Leandro Ferreira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Military personnel from the 28th Infantry Light Battalion (BIL) carried out the disinfection of the City Hall of Campinas, Brazil on June 18, 2020 to contain the spread of the coronavirus. (Photo: Leandro Ferreira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Military personnel from the 28th Infantry Light Battalion (BIL) carried out the disinfection of the City Hall of Campinas, Brazil on June 18, 2020 to contain the spread of the coronavirus. (Photo: Leandro Ferreira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Military personnel from the 28th Infantry Light Battalion (BIL) carried out the disinfection of the City Hall of Campinas, Brazil on June 18, 2020 to contain the spread of the coronavirus. (Photo: Leandro Ferreira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Military personnel from the 28th Infantry Light Battalion (BIL) carried out the disinfection of the City Hall of Campinas, Brazil on June 18, 2020 to contain the spread of the coronavirus. (Photo: Leandro Ferreira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Military personnel from the 28th Infantry Light Battalion (BIL) carried out the disinfection of the City Hall of Campinas, Brazil on June 18, 2020 to contain the spread of the coronavirus. (Photo: Leandro Ferreira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Boxes of hydroxychloroquine on display in Caampo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. The United States Regulatory Agency, FDA (Food and Drug Administration), revoked the emergency permit for the use of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine as treatment for Covid-19. The agency said it is no longer reasonable to believe that oral hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine formulations may be effective in treating the disease and that their benefits outweigh known and potential risks. In the photo, box of the drug Reuquinol that has Hydroxychloroquine as an active ingredient. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Boxes of hydroxychloroquine on display in Caampo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. The United States Regulatory Agency, FDA (Food and Drug Administration), revoked the emergency permit for the use of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine as treatment for Covid-19. The agency said it is no longer reasonable to believe that oral hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine formulations may be effective in treating the disease and that their benefits outweigh known and potential risks. In the photo, box of the drug Reuquinol that has Hydroxychloroquine as an active ingredient. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Boxes of hydroxychloroquine on display in Caampo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. The United States Regulatory Agency, FDA (Food and Drug Administration), revoked the emergency permit for the use of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine as treatment for Covid-19. The agency said it is no longer reasonable to believe that oral hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine formulations may be effective in treating the disease and that their benefits outweigh known and potential risks. In the photo, box of the drug Reuquinol that has Hydroxychloroquine as an active ingredient. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Boxes of hydroxychloroquine on display in Caampo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. The United States Regulatory Agency, FDA (Food and Drug Administration), revoked the emergency permit for the use of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine as treatment for Covid-19. The agency said it is no longer reasonable to believe that oral hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine formulations may be effective in treating the disease and that their benefits outweigh known and potential risks. In the photo, box of the drug Reuquinol that has Hydroxychloroquine as an active ingredient. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Boxes of hydroxychloroquine on display in Caampo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. The United States Regulatory Agency, FDA (Food and Drug Administration), revoked the emergency permit for the use of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine as treatment for Covid-19. The agency said it is no longer reasonable to believe that oral hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine formulations may be effective in treating the disease and that their benefits outweigh known and potential risks. In the photo, box of the drug Reuquinol that has Hydroxychloroquine as an active ingredient. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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The Cathedral dedicated to Saint Anthony in Osasco prepares to reopen under Covid-19 coronavirus safety regulations in Osasco, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Social distancing and sanitizing stations are part of the reopening. (Photo: Aloisio Mauricio/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Dexamethasone packages on display in Campo Mourao, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Researchers at the University of Oxford, UK, are studying a cheap and widely available drug, Dexamethasone, which could help save thousands of patients with Covid-19 in serious condition. Experts say treatment with low-dose corticosteroids is a major step forward in the fight against the new coronavirus. The medication reduced the deaths of inpatients with mechanical ventilators by one third. The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that the use of the steroid Dexamethasone, which significantly reduced mortality in patients seriously affected by the new coronavirus, is a scientific advance in the fight against the pandemic. In the photo, boxes of the drug Dexamethasone. (Photo: Dirceu Portugal/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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The Cathedral dedicated to Saint Anthony in Osasco prepares to reopen under Covid-19 coronavirus safety regulations in Osasco, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Social distancing and sanitizing stations are part of the reopening. (Photo: Aloisio Mauricio/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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The Cathedral dedicated to Saint Anthony in Osasco prepares to reopen under Covid-19 coronavirus safety regulations in Osasco, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Social distancing and sanitizing stations are part of the reopening. (Photo: Aloisio Mauricio/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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The Cathedral dedicated to Saint Anthony in Osasco prepares to reopen under Covid-19 coronavirus safety regulations in Osasco, Brazil on June 17, 2020. Social distancing and sanitizing stations are part of the reopening. (Photo: Aloisio Mauricio/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement of people at the Luz Station of the S?o Paulo subway on June 17, 2020. State recorded record deaths from Covid-19 for two straight days this week. (Photo: Bruno Rocha/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement of people at the Luz Station of the S?o Paulo subway on June 17, 2020. State recorded record deaths from Covid-19 for two straight days this week. (Photo: Bruno Rocha/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement of people in the Line 4 Yellow wagon of the S?o Paulo subway this June 17, 2020 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. State recorded record deaths from Covid-19 for two straight days this week. (Photo: Bruno Rocha/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement of people in the Line 4 Yellow wagon of the S?o Paulo subway this June 17, 2020 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. State recorded record deaths from Covid-19 for two straight days this week. (Photo: Bruno Rocha/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement of people in the Line 4 Yellow wagon of the S?o Paulo subway this June 17, 2020 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. State recorded record deaths from Covid-19 for two straight days this week. (Photo: Bruno Rocha/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement of people at the Luz Station of the S?o Paulo subway on June 17, 2020. State recorded record deaths from Covid-19 for two straight days this week. (Photo: Bruno Rocha/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement of people in the Line 4 Yellow wagon of the S?o Paulo subway this June 17, 2020 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. State recorded record deaths from Covid-19 for two straight days this week. (Photo: Bruno Rocha/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement in the South Zone of Porto Alegre, Brazil on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has caused social isolation as a way to minimize the risks of contamination. Porto Alegre has stricter restrictions on trade and prevents the operation of only 8.7% of trade. According to the Municipal Economic Development Secretariat, while the law is in force. (Photo: Omar de Oliveira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement in the South Zone of Porto Alegre, Brazil on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has caused social isolation as a way to minimize the risks of contamination. Porto Alegre has stricter restrictions on trade and prevents the operation of only 8.7% of trade. According to the Municipal Economic Development Secretariat, while the law is in force. (Photo: Omar de Oliveira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement in the South Zone of Porto Alegre, Brazil on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has caused social isolation as a way to minimize the risks of contamination. Porto Alegre has stricter restrictions on trade and prevents the operation of only 8.7% of trade. According to the Municipal Economic Development Secretariat, while the law is in force. (Photo: Omar de Oliveira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement in the South Zone of Porto Alegre, Brazil on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has caused social isolation as a way to minimize the risks of contamination. Porto Alegre has stricter restrictions on trade and prevents the operation of only 8.7% of trade. According to the Municipal Economic Development Secretariat, while the law is in force. (Photo: Omar de Oliveira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement in the South Zone of Porto Alegre, Brazil on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has caused social isolation as a way to minimize the risks of contamination. Porto Alegre has stricter restrictions on trade and prevents the operation of only 8.7% of trade. According to the Municipal Economic Development Secretariat, while the law is in force. (Photo: Omar de Oliveira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement in the South Zone of Porto Alegre, Brazil on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has caused social isolation as a way to minimize the risks of contamination. Porto Alegre has stricter restrictions on trade and prevents the operation of only 8.7% of trade. According to the Municipal Economic Development Secretariat, while the law is in force. (Photo: Omar de Oliveira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement in the South Zone of Porto Alegre, Brazil on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has caused social isolation as a way to minimize the risks of contamination. Porto Alegre has stricter restrictions on trade and prevents the operation of only 8.7% of trade. According to the Municipal Economic Development Secretariat, while the law is in force. (Photo: Omar de Oliveira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement in the South Zone of Porto Alegre, Brazil on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has caused social isolation as a way to minimize the risks of contamination. Porto Alegre has stricter restrictions on trade and prevents the operation of only 8.7% of trade. According to the Municipal Economic Development Secretariat, while the law is in force. (Photo: Omar de Oliveira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement in the South Zone of Porto Alegre, Brazil on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has caused social isolation as a way to minimize the risks of contamination. Porto Alegre has stricter restrictions on trade and prevents the operation of only 8.7% of trade. According to the Municipal Economic Development Secretariat, while the law is in force. (Photo: Omar de Oliveira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement in the South Zone of Porto Alegre, Brazil on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has caused social isolation as a way to minimize the risks of contamination. Porto Alegre has stricter restrictions on trade and prevents the operation of only 8.7% of trade. According to the Municipal Economic Development Secretariat, while the law is in force. (Photo: Omar de Oliveira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement in the South Zone of Porto Alegre, Brazil on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has caused social isolation as a way to minimize the risks of contamination. Porto Alegre has stricter restrictions on trade and prevents the operation of only 8.7% of trade. According to the Municipal Economic Development Secretariat, while the law is in force. (Photo: Omar de Oliveira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Movement in the South Zone of Porto Alegre, Brazil on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has caused social isolation as a way to minimize the risks of contamination. Porto Alegre has stricter restrictions on trade and prevents the operation of only 8.7% of trade. According to the Municipal Economic Development Secretariat, while the law is in force. (Photo: Omar de Oliveira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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Our Lady of Aparecida Cemetery this Tuesday, June 16, 2020 in Manaus, Brazil. Despite the decrease in deaths from Covid-19, the city continues to bury in open ditches. Amazonas has 56,777 confirmed cases and more than 2,500 deaths, according to the latest Covid-19 bulletin from the State Government. In the photo, a new open area for burials. (Photo: Sandro Pereira/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
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