Coronavirus: New graves dug at Brazil cemetery
25 July 2020 | 4:39 pm
The Vila Formosa cemetery is one of the largest in Sau Paulo and many fresh graves are being dug as the coronavirus continues to wreck havoc in Brazil with the death toll surpassing 80,000 on Monday.
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