Brazil surpasses 13 million cases of Covid; average number of deaths is 2,698 per day | Coronavirus

Brazil surpasses 13 million cases of Covid; average number of deaths is 2,698 per day | Coronavirus
Brazil surpasses 13 million cases of Covid; average number of deaths is 2,698 per day | Coronavirus

Brazil surpassed the 13 million Covid cases mark and recorded 1,623 deaths from the disease in the last 24 hours, totaling this Monday (5) 333,153 victims. Thereby, the moving average of deaths in the country in the last 7 days was 2,698. Compared to the 14-day average, the variation was +15%, indicating trend of stability in deaths from the disease.

The figures are in the new survey of the consortium of press vehicles on the situation of the coronavirus pandemic in Brazil, consolidated at 8 pm on Monday. The balance is based on data from the state health departments.

Death stability comes after 35 days with this upward trend. It is not safe, however, to assume that the country is seeing a slowdown in the rise in deaths, as records tend to be lower after a holiday like the one last extended weekend, due to reduced staff. It is important to check whether the next few days will show damped data.

There are already 75 days in a row with the moving average of deaths above the thousand mark; the country now completes 20 days with this average above the 2 thousand dead per day; and It’s the tenth day with the average above the 2.5 thousand mark.

See the sequence of last week in the moving average:

1 of 4 Evolution of the moving average of deaths in the last week in Brazil – Photo: Editoria de Arte / G1

Evolution of the moving average of deaths in the last week in Brazil – Photo: Editoria de Arte / G1

  • Tuesday (30): 2.728 (record)
  • Wednesday (31): 2.971 (record)
  • Fifth (1st): 3.119 (record)
  • Friday (2): 3.006
  • Saturday (3): 2.800
  • Sunday (4): 2.747
  • Monday (5): 2.698

In confirmed cases, since the beginning of the pandemic 13.023.189 Brazilians have had or have the new coronavirus, with 39,629 of those confirmed on the last day. The moving average in the last 7 days was 63,691. This represents a -15% variation in relation to cases registered in two weeks, which indicates trend of stability in diagnoses.

Eleven states and the Federal District are on the rise in deaths: ES, MG, RJ, SP, DF, MS, MT, CE, MA, PB, PE and PI.

  • Total deaths: 333.153
  • 24-hour death record: 1.623
  • Average new deaths in the last 7 days: 2,698 (14-day variation: + 15%)
  • Total confirmed cases: 13.023.189
  • Record of confirmed cases within 24 hours: 39.629
  • Average new cases in the last 7 days: 63,691 per day (variation in 14 days: -15%)
  • Up (11 states and the Federal District): ES, MG, RJ, SP, DF, MS, MT, CE, MA, PB, PE and PI
  • In stability (9 states): AC, AP, PA, RO, RR, TO, AL, RN and SE
  • Falling (6 states): PR, RS, SC, GO, AM e BA

This comparison takes into account the average number of deaths in the last 7 days until the publication of this balance sheet in relation to the average recorded two weeks ago (understand the criteria used by the G1 to analyze pandemic trends).

It is worth mentioning that there are states in which the low average number of deaths can lead to large percentage variations. Moving averages data are, in general, in decimal numbers and rounded to facilitate the presentation of the data.

Variation of deaths by state

2 of 4 States with rising deaths – Photo: Editoria de Arte / G1

States with deaths on the rise – Photo: Editoria de Arte / G1

3 of 4 States with deaths in stability – Photo: Editoria de Arte / G1

States with deaths in stability – Photo: Editoria de Arte / G1

4 of 4 States with falling deaths – Photo: Editoria de Arte / G1

States with falling deaths – Photo: Editoria de Arte / G1

  • IS: + 48%
  • MG: +37%
  • RJ: +74%
  • SP: +31%
  • DF: +68%
  • GO: -25%
  • MS: +53%
  • MT: +25%
  • AC: -5%
  • AM: -38%
  • AP: + 15%
  • PA: -5%
  • RO: -10%
  • RR: +5%
  • TO: +5%
  • AL: +7%
  • BA: -17%
  • CE: + 66%
  • MA: + 29%
  • PB: +26%
  • PE: + 30%
  • PI: +34%
  • RN: -14%
  • SE: + 1%

Consortium of press vehicles

Data on coronavirus cases and deaths in Brazil were obtained after an unprecedented partnership between G1, O Globo, Extra, O Estado de S.Paulo, Folha de S.Paulo and UOL, which began to work, since June 8, in a collaborative way to gather the necessary information in the 26 states and the Federal District (know more).

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