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Brazil now has the second-highest number of coronavirus cases in the world after US - Brazil has become the country with the second most coronavirus cases worldwide after the United States.
The young president defying Congress and courts on Covid-19 policy - Few world leaders have generated as much criticism and praise, often at the same time, for their handling of the coronavirus pandemic as El Salvador's Nayib Bukele.
Bolsonaro calls coronavirus a 'little flu.' Inside Brazil's hospitals, doctors know the horrifying reality - In Brazil's largest and most badly infected city, coronavirus has yet to peak, yet already the healthcare system is crumbling visibly around us. As doctors struggle valiantly to save lives, the country's President, Jair Bolsonaro, seems more focused on another sick patient: his country's economy.
Brazilian mayor launches furious attack on 'stupid' Bolsonaro - The mayor of a Brazilian city that has been badly hit by the coronavirus has rounded on Jair Bolsonaro, saying the President is "co-responsible" for the nation's vast death count.
Canada wants national sick leave plan in place for second wave of the coronavirus pandemic - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government is trying to give all workers a minimum of 10 days paid sick leave per year as Canada starts to prepare for a second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Brazil faces a dark week as Covid-19 toll soars - Brazil appears to be entering another dark week, as coronavirus cases grow by the thousands and controversy swells around President Jair Bolsonaro.
Brazil hits record high for new coronavirus cases - Brazil hit a record high for new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, after becoming the country with the third-highest number of confirmed cases in the world earlier this week. The country's health ministry reported 19,951 new cases in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 291,579 confirmed cases. This new surge tops the previous record set on Tuesday. Reported deaths caused by coronavirus also increased by 888 on Wednesday, bringing to the country's total to 18,859 deaths, the ministry said.
Canadian Snowbirds operation meant to uplift residents' spirits ended in a deadly crash in British Columbia - A flight by the Canadian Forces Snowbirds over British Columbia -- part of a weekslong operation aimed at uplifting Canadians' spirits and honoring those affected by coronavirus -- ended in tragedy Sunday when at least one person was killed in a crash.
Bolsonaro's last visit with Trump was a 'corona trip,' says Brazil's former health secretary - Brazil's former health minister described Jair Bolsonaro's March visit to meet with US President Donald Trump as a "corona trip" Wednesday, noting that several members of the Brazilian president's team tested positive for Covid-19 after the trip.
While the wealthy self-isolate, the poor can't afford to stay put in Sao Paulo - The glass towers in Sao Paulo's financial district are shuttered, bars closed and restaurants open only for delivery. But on the outskirts of the city, residents say they can't afford to stop working, even if it means risking their lives.
Deforestation is accelerating in the Amazon, despite the coronavirus - The coronavirus pandemic has slowed the global economy, but deforestation in the Amazon is speeding up. While most of Brazil's major businesses remain shuttered under lockdowns and quarantine measures, many believe illegal loggers and miners continue to operate in the area with little to no regulation.
Mass testing won't happen in Mexico. That's the way the government wants it - As the United States slowly re-opens its economy, the messaging from health experts has been largely consistent -- to do so safely over the long term, millions more tests are needed.
As hospitals in Brazil teeter on the brink of collapse, Bolsonaro does pushups with supporters - The health care system in Brazil's largest city is wavering on the brink of collapse and coronavirus deaths throughout the South American nation are soaring -- but President Jair Bolsonaro nonetheless reveled in crowds of supporters on Sunday, joining yet another anti-lockdown protest in Brasilia.
One dead after Canadian Snowbirds aircraft crashes into home in British Columbia - At least one person was killed and another seriously injured Sunday when a Canadian Forces Snowbirds aircraft crashed in Kamloops, British Columbia, according to the Royal Canadian Air Force.
Latin America is now the 'epicenter of the outbreak,' says health official - Latin America has surpassed Europe and the United States in the daily number of reported Covid-19 infections, the director of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) said Tuesday, putting the region at the center of the global outbreak.
Canadian report alleges 'dire' abuse in care homes - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he is 'deeply disturbed' by a Canadian military report, which documents allegations of abuse and gross neglect in at least five seniors' homes in the past few weeks.
Brazil's former president calls for Bolsonaro to be impeached - Speaking to CNN via webcam from his home outside São Paolo, Lula as he's known to all, said Bolsonaro deserves to be impeached for what he considers an "irresponsible" and "negligent" handling of not just the coronavirus crisis, but also the country's economic collapse.
Five-month-old Brazilian baby survives coronavirus after 32 days in coma - After spending a month in an induced coma due to Covid-19, Dom, a 5-month-old Brazilian baby, gets to go home and celebrate his 6-month birthday.
Trudeau silent for 20 seconds when asked about US protests - The pause said a lot.
Mexico and parts of Brazil reopen after lockdown -- despite surging coronavirus cases - Some Latin America nations are partially reopening this week, despite still recording thousands of coronavirus deaths and infections. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |