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"In a sense, South America has become a new epicenter for the disease. Many South American countries have an increasing numbers of cases, but certainly the most affected is Brazil at this point." - emergencies director at today's press briefing.

"In a sense, South America has become a new epicenter for the disease.  Many South American countries have an increasing numbers of cases, but certainly the most affected is Brazil at this point."  -@WHO emergencies director @DrMikeRyan at today's #COVID19 press briefing.pic.twitter.com/cGt2QdrngG
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Brain surgeons it's almost Winter down under and crowded living arrangements make for great breeding.

I really hope we have a plan. Don’t think I can stand more finger pointing declared a national emergency on 2/15/19 about immigrant caravans on southern border It’s about to get a lot worse Too late for a wall-no blame game Need actual plan ASAP

Opportunist governors from big cities such as Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro and were not decent and responsible to cancel carnaval festivities at a time when the virus was already floating around. They are now deceitfully trying to blame .

There is one thing in common, any country that uses for treatment is getting highlighted left right and center, not sure what WHO is planning, they even mentioned specifically..

no disrespect to Brazilians but this is probably due to the over populated nature of the area.we know this virus loves populated over crowded cities

Cases are not a big deal as long as the death toll is under control which seems to be the case in these countries.

3 to 5 week lag in deaths behind new cases. People are usually ill for at least 3 weeks prior to death.

And the US will soon follow because we are not social distancing and with the warm weather we are acting like the Virus is over, when there's new cases every day. its going to get worse. -

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