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Bruno Kelly

Amazon fires surge anew in Brazil as cleared forest burns

Sep 04 2021

(Corrects spelling of Mapinguari National Park in paragraph 7) | Video

Canoeing-Brazilian indigenous canoers eyeing Olympic glory

Aug 19 2021

TRES UNIDOS, Brazil For Amazonian children who grew up on the water with oars in their hands, a new hero and a new opportunity have spurred Olympic dreams. | Video

'We've lost so many': Brazil starts vaccinating Amazon river dwellers

Feb 03 2021

MANACAPURU, Brazil Health workers sped along the Amazon river this week to start vaccinating riverside communities, bringing hope to a region hard hit by COVID-19 and now facing a lethal surge driven by a new Brazilian variant of coronavirus.

Hospitals full, oxygen scarce, Brazil COVID-19 patient gets intensive care at home

Jan 22 2021

BRASILIA One man in the Brazilian jungle city of Manaus, facing packed hospitals and scarce oxygen in the public health system, has survived COVID-19 in a makeshift ward at home, complete with air tanks his family scrambled to find.

Oxygen from Venezuela arrives in Amazon city for COVID-19 patients

Jan 20 2021

MANAUS, Brazil A convoy of five trucks carrying oxygen sent by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro arrived late on Tuesday night in the Brazilian city of Manaus, where hospitals ran out of supplies in a resurgent coronavirus pandemic.

Reeling again from COVID-19, Amazonas gets respirators, oxygen from Brazil Air Force and Venezuela

Jan 16 2021

MANAUS/BRASILIA The Brazilian jungle state of Amazonas received more emergency supplies of oxygen and respirators on Saturday, as the military and neighboring Venezuela scrambled to alleviate an unfolding humanitarian crisis caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.

Reeling again from COVID-19, Amazonas gets respirators, oxygen from Brazil military and Venezuela

Jan 16 2021

MANAUS/BRASILIA, Jan 16 The Brazilian jungle state of Amazonas received more emergency supplies of oxygen and respirators on Saturday, as the military and neighboring Venezuela scrambled to alleviate an unfolding humanitarian crisis caused by a devastating COVID-19 outbreak.

Brazil airlifts emergency oxygen into pandemic-struck state, vaccine drive lags

Jan 15 2021

MANAUS/BRASILIA Brazil's Air Force flew emergency oxygen supplies on Friday to the jungle state of Amazonas devastated by a resurgent pandemic and the government scrambled to organize nationwide vaccinations while President Jair Bolsonaro said he "should be at the beach."

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