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There are major concerns about what could happen to the Indigenous population in Brazil's state of Amazonas if COVID-19 spreads. The health care system is pretty basic. And many of these communities are largely cut off from outside information. A network of two-way radio stations is helping to keep people there informed. Richard Kemeny reports from São Paulo.