The outbreak spread to 38 indigenous tribes in Brazil where a chief died of a new crown

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 The outbreak spread to 38 indigenous tribes in Brazil where a chief died of a new crown


Novel coronavirus pneumonia is rapidly spreading among the aboriginal tribes in the Amazon rainforest area, according to reports. APIB has confirmed that at least 92 Aboriginal people have died of new crown pneumonia, including the 53 year old chieftain of the Kokama tribe.

Members of the kokama tribe attend the chiefs funeral (AFP)

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});)) (); another survey conducted by the aboriginal protection group showed that the environmental damage caused by illegal logging and mining, as well as the invasion of deep rainforests by poachers, may have led to the spread of the virus among aboriginal tribes. The aboriginal tribes in the Amazon River Basin were almost destroyed by the early colonists massacre and infectious diseases. Conservation groups said the new crown outbreak could once again lead to the extinction of some aboriginal tribes, as Aboriginal people have little means to fight the virus. Novel coronavirus pneumonia is the most serious epidemic in Brazil. According to the latest data released by the Ministry of health website of Brazil on 16, the new day confirmed 14919 cases of new crown pneumonia in the country. It added more than 10000 cases per day for fourth consecutive days, accumulatively diagnosed 233142 cases, and 816 new cases of death, 15633 cases of cumulative death. The number of new crown cases in Brazil has increased more than 10000 in four consecutive days, and the total number of confirmed cases has risen to the fourth embarrassment in the world! In the picture of Brazils president attending the remote video conference, someone is showering in Brazils drainage system. Now a large number of new crown virus experts warn or infect the whole country. Brazils new health minister has announced his resignation less than one month from taking office. Source: responsible editor of overseas website: Li Xi

Another survey by Aboriginal conservation groups shows that environmental damage caused by illegal logging and mining, as well as the invasion of poachers deep in the rainforest, may have led to the spread of the virus among aboriginal tribes. The aboriginal tribes in the Amazon River Basin were almost destroyed by the early colonists massacre and infectious diseases. Conservation groups said the new crown outbreak could once again lead to the extinction of some aboriginal tribes, as Aboriginal people have little means to fight the virus.

Novel coronavirus pneumonia is the most serious epidemic in Brazil. According to the latest data released by the Ministry of health website of Brazil on 16, the new day confirmed 14919 cases of new crown pneumonia in the country. It added more than 10000 cases per day for fourth consecutive days, accumulatively diagnosed 233142 cases, and 816 new cases of death, 15633 cases of cumulative death.