RIO DE JANEIRO, March 30 (Reuters) - Brazil on Tuesday registered 3,780 COVID-19 deaths, a new record in the Latin American nation which now regularly accounts for about a quarter of coronavirus deaths worldwide on any given day, more than any other country.
Cases rose by 84,949, the ministry said. Deaths now total 317,646 while cases amount to 12,658,109. (Reporting by Pedro Fonseca Editing by Chris Reese)
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