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Rio's famous Copacabana beach was turned into a 'cemetery' as Brazil's coronavirus death toll surpassed 400,000. [Tap to expand]

Rio's famous Copacabana beach was turned into a 'cemetery' as Brazil's coronavirus death toll surpassed 400,000. [Tap to expand]

Is there another pro-death demonstration in Copacabana today?

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Rio's famous Copacabana beach was turned into a cemetery as Brazil's coronavirus death toll surpassed 400,000.

Rio's famous Copacabana beach was turned into a 'cemetery' as Brazil's coronavirus death toll surpassed 400,000. [Tap to expand]

She recorded many records and performed at Manhattan nightclubs like the Copacabana and the Blue Angel. And she was courted by heartthrobs like Eddie Fisher and Frank Sinatra (as he and Ava Gardner were divorcing).

Protest on Copacabana beach as #Brazil  reaches 400,000 Covid-19 deaths. #AFP  ? @CarldeSouza1 

Rio's famous Copacabana beach was turned into a 'cemetery' as Brazil's coronavirus death toll surpassed 400,000. [Tap to expand]

Rio's famous Copacabana beach was turned into a 'cemetery' as Brazil's coronavirus death toll surpassed 400,000. [Tap to expand]

Activists from the Rio de Paz (Rio for Peace) non-governmental organization marked the milestone of 400,000 confirmed deaths in Brazil by acting out a symbolic burial on Copacabana beach on Friday.

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Protest on Copacabana beach as #Brazil  reaches 400,000 Covid-19 deaths. #AFP  ? @CarldeSouza1 

??100 graves were dug on Copacabana beach by an NGO on Thursday in a symbolic criticism of the Brazilian government's handling of Covid-19. Brazil has the 2nd highest number of cases worldwide and over 40,000 deaths

Copacabana in a time of coronavirus, by @AFPphoto’s brilliant @CarldeSouza1 

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Activists create 100 graves on Brazil’s Copacabana beach to remember the more than 40,000 who have died with coronavirus in the country

Brazilians dug symbolic graves in Rio’s Copacabana beach to protest against the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic by the government

NO SWIMMING: Rio de Janeiro's famous Copacabana Beach—a huge draw for visitors and locals—now appears completely empty after it was closed amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.

Rio's world-famous Copacabana beach almost entirely empty after coronavirus closures.

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