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Brazil, the second country the most grief-stricken by the sars coronavirus

Brazil became on Friday the second country in the world where the coronavirus kills the most, behind the United States, surpassing the United Kingdom in the cou

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Brazil, the second country the most grief-stricken by the sars coronavirus

Brazil became on Friday the second country in the world where the coronavirus kills the most, behind the United States, surpassing the United Kingdom in the count of death of victims of the pandemic, with 41.828 dead. The ministry of Health reported in the evening of 909 excess deaths in the last 24 hours in the largest country in Latin America, where the pandemic is far from being controlled.

This mainland country of 212 million inhabitants, is also the second for the number of infections, behind the United States, with 828.810 case, according to the official data. These figures, believes the scientific community, could be ten or even fifteen times higher in reality, the country is not testing that very few of its population. Reported in proportion to its population, Brazil, however, recorded 199 deaths per one million inhabitants, which places it largely behind the United States (344) or the United Kingdom (611).

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State of Sao Paulo and its population of 46 million is by far the most affected, with a quarter of the dead of all the land (10.368) and 167.900 contamination confirmed. Then comes the one in Rio de Janeiro, with 7.417 deaths and nearly 78.000 cases of contamination. These two States have, however, started these last few days the resumption of economic activity, with the opening of numerous stores.

Three and a half months after the first reported case, on 26 February, in Sao Paulo, the contaminations are rising at an alarming rate: nearly 26,000 over the course of the past 24 hours, according to the ministry of Health. In addition, after you have hit the biggest cities, the pandemic wins now, inexorably, to the interior of this vast country, undermining the health systems in the medium-sized cities and small.

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"The situation in Brazil is alarming, all States are affected," said Friday Mike Ryan, the director issues a health emergency the world health Organization (WHO), during a press conference in the video conferencing. In Brazil, "the health system is not fully saturated, but in some areas there is a strong pressure on the bed occupancy in intensive care", he added.

These remarks were responding to an initiative of the president Jair Bolsonaro, slammed as irresponsible by many brazilian. "It would be well that you should go to a hospital near you ( ... ), and find a way to get in to film", launched the head of State during its transmission weekly on Thursday night on Facebook. "A lot of people already do, but it would take more than that, to show whether the beds are occupied or not", he continued. "According to my information, I may be mistaken, but practically no one has lost life due to lack of respirator or a bed in the intensive care unit", said the president of the extreme right.

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However, caregivers have reported to the brazilian press of the obligation in discomfort in which they found themselves to make a choice between patients for lack of respirators. Since the beginning of the pandemic, some health officials have referred to at times an occupation of more than 95% of beds in intensive care units in many States, even if this rate has fallen in recent days in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

"If Bolsonaro was at the height of its function, ( ... ), he should know that he does not need to send people to invade hospitals. (...) If he wants to visit our hospitals, I show him myself," responded on Twitter Flavio Dino, governor of the State of Maranhao (northeast). The president, who has downplayed the health crisis, and is fiercely hostile to the containment - has never rendered to patients or caregivers in the hospitals. It has, likewise, not expressed empathy for the tens of thousands of dead, their families, or the nursing staff made a very tough test for weeks.

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one of the common traits of all dictatorships and regimes populist is not to publish reliable information. Brazil is a good example: knowing the country, I will not be surprised that the number of victims is 20 or 30 times greater than that report to official announce. Just like the virus, populism is in need of hosts to propagate: the pandemic-there is also dangerous.

pateisehutle 13/06/2020 12:09

Brazil 212 million 42 000 deaths
France 67 million 30 000 deaths
even doubling the number of dead from Brazil to France is the worst reported per million inhabitants 177 against, 436,
USA 339, Germany 105 Belgium 841, the "dictatorship" of Hungarian 17 !!!

13/06/2020 at 11:21 am

Deduc....d...c...we had still not sent its report on the article on the Brazil . a
To agreement no agreement . a
Ha yes he will speak to us about the French figures, because in Brazil, of course it is better .

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