Brazil’s mainstream media, based on data released by state health departments, reported an average of 2,531 new deaths a day in the week ended April 24, down 16 percent from two weeks ago and the first decline since November 12, 2020. According to calculations adopted by the mainstream Brazilian media, when the indicator falls by more than 15 per cent, it means that the pandemic is on a downward trend.
In addition, Brazil added an average of 58,183 new confirmed cases per day in the week ending April 24, down about 17 percent from two weeks ago.
However, brazil’s mainstream media statistics also show that in April, Brazil has 67,723 new deaths, more than the 66,868 cases in March, the outbreak since the outbreak of the largest number of new deaths in a month, the situation remains critical.
In the state of S?o Paulo, where the cumulative number of confirmed cases and deaths is highest, the outbreak has eased. State government data released on the 24th showed that the use of intensive care beds across the state is 79%, the first time since March 7 this year below 80%. From the 24th, the state relaxed quarantine measures, restaurants, barber shops, gyms, parks, cinemas and other non-essential places to reopen.
The latest data released by the Brazilian Ministry of Health at 17:50 on the 24th showed that within 24 hours, Brazil had 71,137 new confirmed cases, with a cumulative total of 14308,215 confirmed cases;
Brazil’s mainstream media according to the data published by the state health departments joint statistics, as of 20 o’clock on the 24th, brazil has 28969324 people have been vaccinated with the first dose of Coronavirus vaccine, 12499298 people have been vaccinated with the second dose of the vaccine.