Coronavirus: Hard-hit Brazil removes data amid rising death toll – BBC News


Brazil has the second highest number of cases of COVID-19 in the world, and President Bolsonaro is facing accusations that his government is trying to hide the true numbers. And updates from Spain, the US, Ireland and New Zealand which, having declared itself COVID-free, has lifted almost all of its restrictions. India is also easing restrictions, despite the number of infections continuing to climb.

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