News about covid-19, live | G20 recommends maintaining public aid until the economy stabilizes | present

News about covid-19, live | G20 recommends maintaining public aid until the economy stabilizes | present
News about covid-19, live | G20 recommends maintaining public aid until the economy stabilizes | present

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The Financial Stability Council (FSB), which includes the G20 countries, recommended maintaining public aid until the economy stabilizes. The chairman of the Financial Stability Board, Randal K. Quarles, said in a letter to finance ministers and central bank presidents of the G20 that vaccination programs represent a turning point in the covid-19 pandemic. But he warns that “the withdrawal of support measures before macroeconomic prospects stabilize may be associated with significant immediate risks to financial stability”. In Brazil, the subject of the time is the operation of religious temples during the pandemic, on which the Supreme Federal Court is expected to rule definitively this Wednesday. The country has recorded 1,319 deaths linked to covid-19 in the past 24 hours, according to data released by the Ministry of Health on Monday. In addition, 28,645 new cases of the disease were confirmed. The total number of deaths in the country reached 332,752, and the number of infections already exceeds 13 million.

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