They Are not Numbers. They Are Lives! COVID-19 threatens indigenous peoples in the Brazilian Amazon

29 de June de 2020

Jun 29, 2020

Martha Fellows, Valéria Paye, Ane Alencar, Mário Nicácio, Isabel Castro, Maria Emília Coelho, Paulo Moutinho

The scenario of infection is severe. The mortality revealed among the indigenous peoples of the Amazon today is the harbinger of a situation that can be catastrophic if an urgent and adequate strategy for treating these populations is not implemented within these regions. This technical note aims to present more data that help to give dimension to the problem, in this sense, in order to contribute so that solutions are created quickly and efficiently, for the safety of all the indigenous peoples in the region.

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