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Brazilian life expectancy falls by 4.4 years due to pandemic

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Covid-19 pandemic has shortened life expectancy in Brazil by 4.4 years and brought forward the slowdown in labor force growth by a decade. The health crisis was a shock that is expected to accelerate the population decline but will not change the course of Brazil's demographic trend, according to experts surveyed by Valor.

In 2019, a person born in . . .

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