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Volunteers help to cope with rising number of Covid-19 dead in Myanmar

With hospitals in junta-run Myanmar empty of pro-democracy medical staff and coronavirus cases surging nationwide, volunteers are going house to house to collect the fast-rising number of victims dying in their homes.

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