Brazilian indigenous Anita, of the Marubo ethnic group, is notified that she contracted the new coronavirus by a member of the medical team of the Brazilian Armed Forces at health post in Atalaia do Norte, Amazonas state, northern Brazil, on the border with Peru, on June 20, 2020. - As the new coronavirus has ravaged Brazil, more than 7,000 indigenous people have contracted the virus, and more than 300 have died, according to the Brazilian Indigenous Peoples' Association (APIB), forcing many indigenous groups to take matters into their own hands. Some have locked the world out, banning outsiders and putting up a makeshift roadblock at the entrance to their territory, while others have fled into the jungle. (Photo by EVARISTO SA / AFP) (Photo by EVARISTO SA/AFP via Getty Images)