Total cases of covid-19 in Brazil exceed 13 million | Brazil

Total cases of covid-19 in Brazil exceed 13 million | Brazil
Total cases of covid-19 in Brazil exceed 13 million | Brazil

The average number of new cases in the last seven days is 63,691 per day, a decrease of 15% in relation to cases registered in 14 days.

In the last 24 hours, 1,623 deaths were recorded, bringing the total to 333,153, according to the bulletin closed at 8 pm.

The moving average of new deaths by covid in Brazil in the last week was 2,698 per day, an increase of 15% in relation to the data registered in 14 days, the data collected by the press point out.

Brazil is the second country with the most deaths and confirmed cases of covid-19 in the world, only behind the United States, according to data compiled by the American university Johns Hopkins.

The data released by the press consortium were obtained after an unprecedented partnership between G1, O Globo, Extra, O Estado de S.Paulo, Folha de S.Paulo and UOL, which started to work collaboratively since June 8 to gather the necessary information in the 26 states and the Federal District.

According to the most recent bulletin from the Ministry of Health, 28,645 new cases were recorded in the last 24 hours, bringing the total in the country to 13,013,601.

Information released by the agency also points out that there were 1,319 deaths from the disease caused by the new coronavirus from yesterday to today. As a result, the total number of deaths rose to 332,752.

The balance sheet closed at 5:30 pm on Monday (5) points to 11,436,189 patients recovered from the disease and 1,244,660 under follow-up. This Monday’s survey does not include data from the State of Ceará, which did not update the figures in time.

São Paulo is the state with the most deaths (77,165) and confirmed cases (2,532,047) of covid-19. Minas Gerais is the second state with the most cases (1,159,039) and Rio de Janeiro is the second with the most deaths (37,693).

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