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Brazil records 606 deaths from COVID-19 and the moving average is 369, the worst record since October 20

Brazil registered 606 new deaths across the COVID-19 This Wednesday, 26. The weekly casualty rate, which removes distortions between workdays and weekends, was at 369. It is the highest number of deaths on the moving average since October 20.

On Wednesday, the number of new infections was reported 219,878With a moving average of 161870 – a new record for the ninth consecutive day. In total, the Brazil has 624,507 deaths and 24,553,950 cases Of the disease. Daily data from Brazil taken from the consortium of press vehicles formed by stadium, G1, or balloonAnd additionalAnd Leaf and UOL, in partnership with 27 state health departments, on the balance sheet released at 8 p.m. According to government figures, 22036,168 people have recovered.

The state of Sao Paulo recorded 172 deaths from the coronavirus on Wednesday. Three other states have crossed the 50-death barrier: Goiás (86), Minas Gerais (62) and Rio Grande do Sul (57). On the other side is Tocantins, which has not recorded any deaths.

The Balance of Deaths and Cases is the result of the partnership between the six media outlets that, since June 8, have been working in a collaborative way to collect the necessary information in 26 states and the Federal District. The unprecedented initiative is in response to the Bolsonaro government’s decision to restrict access to data related to the pandemic, but was kept after government records continued to be released.

On Wednesday, the Ministry of Health stated that 224,567 new cases and 570 more deaths due to COVID-19 were recorded during the past 24 hours. In total, according to the folder, there are 24,535,884 injured and 624,413 deaths. The numbers differ from those collected by the Media Consortium primarily due to the time of data collection.

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