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Monday, January 30, 2023

Coronavirus in Brazil: Death toll rises and Lula promises vaccination campaign

It increased by 111% in the last week due to the re-emergence of the disease. Schemes of the new government.

The future Brazilian government of President-elect Lula da Silva plans to launch a vaccination campaign against COVID-19. flare-up whose death rate went up over 100% With respect to data recorded 14 days ago (see graph),

18 people died of coronavirus this Sunday and the total death toll reached 690,231. Average 96 cases per day In the last week, that shows an increase of 111% compared to the figures from 14 days ago.

Vice President Election, geraldo alkmin“Highlighted the importance of vaccines prevention. We came to the conclusion that the most immediate approach the government should take in the first days is vaccination through a great national campaign.”

According to the National Council of Health Secretaries (CONUS) and the Fiocruz Institute in President Jair Bolsonaro’s government, has stopped sending vaccines states in “substantial amounts”.

vaccine for minors

According to these organizations, the present government Nor was an “outreach campaign” carried out about the importance of vaccinating minors and only 12% of children up to 6 years.




Lula da Silva (left) and his chosen partner Geraldo Alcmin (centre) Photo: Nelson Almeida / AFP

In this sense, Alcmin said that a “campaign” would begin in January. Strong belief” in favor of vaccination in which artists and personalities will participate.

18 people died of coronavirus this Sunday and the figure reached 690,231 deathsWith an average of 96 cases per day in the last week, a 111% increase from the figures 14 days ago

was also on sunday 8,693 new infectedaccumulated increased to 35,408,852 and the average was 28,167 per day According to Conus, there has been an 88% increase in the past week compared to the numbers from 2 weeks ago.

Jair Bolsonaro During The Election Campaign.  Photo: Ernesto Benavides / Afp


Jair Bolsonaro during the election campaign. Photo: Ernesto Benavides / AFP

Chinstraps in Airports

A surge in Covid cases led Brazilian authorities to re-enforce the use of chinstraps in airports and aircraft in late November.

The use of masks became mandatory last August, but “due to the current epidemiological data, which indicate an increase in the number of Covid-19 cases in the Brazilian population,” according to a statement from the National Agency for Health. has been reapplied. The Sanitary Surveillance (Anvisa) was published on Tuesday night.

most affected countries

The coronavirus, far from rejoicing, continues to generate infections in many countries around the world, with 645,231,967 total cases.

The country with the most cases is the United States, with 98,972,375. It is followed by India with 44,674,616; France with 38,174,893; Germany with 36,557,861; Brazil with 35,337,546; Republic of Korea with 27,331,250; Japan with 25,242,594; Italy with 24,488,080 and the United Kingdom with 24,251,661.

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