Dead bodies in the streets in Ecuador as country struggles with COVID-19 outbreak
Scenes are showing up online of bodies in the streets of the city of Guayaquil in Ecuador as the country continues to fight against the outbreak of COVID-19 with limited success. Here's the latest.
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