As of 19:30 local time on February 9, according to the data released by the Brazilian Ministry of Health, Brazil has a total of 95,99,565 confirmed cases of COVID-19, an increase of 51,486 from the previous day; the cumulative number of deaths is 233,520, an increase of 1,350 compared with the previous day; and the cumulative number of recovered people is 8,523. 462 people.
Since vaccines are still scarce, the Brazilian Ministry of Health once again reminds states and cities that vaccination must be given in accordance with the priority population order previously set by the government.
Some areas took the lead in injecting medical workers who had nothing to do with the front-line anti-epidemic work before injecting the elderly, which aroused doubts.
According to Brazilian media reports, former Brazilian President Lula was discharged from the hospital on the 9th local time.
The hospital did not disclose whether Lula’s physical problem was related to his previous infection with the novel coronavirus.
It is reported that on January 21, Lula announced that she had been diagnosed with COVID-19 while in Cuba and was quarantined in Cuba for antibiotic treatment.