WORLD Death toll from COVID-19 tops 173,000 in Brazil

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Death toll from COVID-19 tops 173,000 in Brazil

Xinhua

18:32, December 01, 2020

A woman puts a paper lantern on the water in commemoration of those people dying from COVID-19 in Brasilia, Brazil, Nov. 30, 2020. Brazil registered 21,138 new infections and 287 new deaths from COVID-19, raising its national caseload to 6,335,878 and death toll to 173,120, the Health Ministry reported Monday. (Photos: Xinhua)

A man puts a paper lantern with the words "For the Victims of COVID-19" in Portuguese on the water in commemoration of those people dying from the disease in Brasilia, Brazil, Nov. 30, 2020. Brazil registered 21,138 new infections and 287 new deaths from COVID-19, raising its national caseload to 6,335,878 and death toll to 173,120, the Health Ministry reported Monday.

People put paper lanterns on the water in commemoration of those people dying from COVID-19 in Brasilia, Brazil, Nov. 30, 2020. Brazil registered 21,138 new infections and 287 new deaths from COVID-19, raising its national caseload to 6,335,878 and death toll to 173,120, the Health Ministry reported Monday. (Photo by Lucio Tavora/Xinhua)

A paper lantern is seen on the water in commemoration of those people dying from COVID-19 in Brasilia, Brazil, Nov. 30, 2020. Brazil registered 21,138 new infections and 287 new deaths from COVID-19, raising its national caseload to 6,335,878 and death toll to 173,120, the Health Ministry reported Monday.

A woman puts a paper lantern on the water in commemoration of those people dying from COVID-19 in Brasilia, Brazil, Nov. 30, 2020. Brazil registered 21,138 new infections and 287 new deaths from COVID-19, raising its national caseload to 6,335,878 and death toll to 173,120, the Health Ministry reported Monday.

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