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Brasilia — Dozens of indigenous people in the Brazilian Amazon’s Javari Valley have contracted Covid-19, with experts and officials warning the disease poses a huge threat to their lives and culture.

The valley in the west of Brazil’s Amazonas state is part of a region bordering Peru and Colombia that is home to the world’s largest number of isolated indigenous people and others who had contact with outside society for the first time only recently...

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