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‘People are dying at hospital doors’: the Brazilian volunteer delivering oxygen to Manaus

When Thalita Rocha’s mother-in-law died due to a lack of available oxygen on a Manaus hospital’s Covid ward, she vowed to raise money to deliver oxygen tanks and other lifesaving equipment to the Amazonian city’s homes. Jair Bolsonaro’s coronavirus policies have led to more than 226,000 deaths in Brazil, and as anger rises on the streets and protesters call for his impeachment, Rocha and other volunteers drive around Manaus offering medical kit and hope

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