In 4 days, Rio’s family loses 2 people to Covid; another 6 are infected | Rio de Janeiro

In 4 days, Rio’s family loses 2 people to Covid; another 6 are infected | Rio de Janeiro
In 4 days, Rio’s family loses 2 people to Covid; another 6 are infected | Rio de Janeiro

The note written by the nursing technician 63-year-old Marisa Monte for the family, it is the last memory that Yasmin Monte Sarmento has of her aunt: “I love my whole family from my heart, but I love you very much. You gave me joy, you gave me children, grandchildren and great-granddaughter. Thank you for everything. Aunt Marisa”.

1 out of 5 Nursing technician wrote a letter to the family a few days before he died – Photo: Reproduction

Nursing technician wrote a letter to the family a few days before he died – Photo: Reproduction

The nursing technician, who worked at the National Cancer Institute (Inca), did not resist the disease and died on Saturday.

Yasmin was already mourning her father’s death, Carlos Sarmento, 57 years old. The retiree even recorded an optimistic audio from the hospital, saying he was homesick and would return home, but was unable to keep his promise. He died on Tuesday (30), four days before Marisa.

“My father was a very important person to us, it was everything in my son’s life. I received an audio from him at the hospital [dizendo] that he was going to get better, that he was going to come back to us, but unfortunately he didn’t (…) Because of this accursed disease I lost my father on Tuesday and my aunt on Saturday.

2 out of 5 Retired Carlos Sarmento, 57, died of Covid in Rio – Photo: Reproduction

Retired Carlos Sarmento, 57, died of Covid in Rio – Photo: Reproduction

3 out of 5 Nursing technician Marisa Morte is another victim of Covid – Photo: Reproduction

Nursing technician Marisa Morte is another victim of Covid – Photo: Reproduction

Yasmin and five other family members are also with Covid.

“I am infected, my son, my aunt, my mother, her husband … Everyone is infected.”

For days, counting the deaths in hundreds, this Monday (5) the panel of the State Department of Health recorded 6 deaths by Covid in the last 24 hours.

4 out of 5 Moving average deaths reached the highest marks since the beginning of the pandemic in RJ – Photo: Reproduction / Globo

Moving average of deaths reached the highest marks since the beginning of the pandemic in RJ – Photo: Reproduction / Globo

A last week between March 28 and April 3, the largest number of lives lost by Covid since the beginning of the pandemic was 1,603.

Last Thursday, 387. On Saturday, the highest record since the beginning of the pandemic. For the first time, we have passed 400 deaths: 411.

Total no, 37.693 people died from Covid in the state in just over 1 years of pandemic.

A moving average reached 221 deaths per day, in the last seven days. Compared to the average of the last 14 days, it is an increase of 74% – an upward trend for the 16th consecutive day. On Friday, the rate was also the highest in the pandemic: 229 deaths per day.

8-year-old boy recovered after 4 months

5 out of 5 Boy Matheus Moreira, 8, spent four months in the hospital to recover from Covid – Photo: Reproduction / Globo

Boy Matheus Moreira, 8, spent four months in the hospital to recover from Covid – Photo: Reproduction / Globo

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 614,214 patients recovered. Among them, the boy Matheus Moreira, 8 years old.

In December last year, with 90% of the lungs compromised, he had to be transferred from a UPA in Itaperuna, in the northwest of the state to the capital.

A race against time that mobilized the Fire Department’s mobile ICU and even a Navy aircraft.

It took him 4 months of treatment at the Municipal Hospital Jesus in Vila Isabel until it was time to leave the hospital to find his childhood again.

See in the graphs below the moving averages of deaths and cases of coronavirus in the state of Rio de Janeiro.

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