May 30, 2024

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Brasil registra 661 mortes pela Covid nas últimas 24 horas; média móvel sobe para 534

Brazil records 661 deaths due to Covid in the past 24 hours; Moving average rises to 534

Brazil recorded 661 new deaths from COVID-19 on Thursday 23. The weekly average of casualties, which removes distortions between weekdays and weekends, was 534, just above 531 the day before and with an upward trend for the second day.

The number of new infections reported on Thursday was 25,348. In total, Brazil has 593,018 deaths and 21,307,960 cases of the disease. Daily data from Brazil is from the Federation of Press Vehicles formed by Estadão, G1, O Globo, Extra, Folha and UOL in partnership with 27 state health secretariats, in a credit released at 8 p.m. According to government figures, 20.31 million people have recovered from the coronavirus in the country since the beginning of the pandemic.

São Paulo had 193 new coronavirus victims in the past 24 hours. Rio de Janeiro was the only state that also crossed the 100-death barrier in this period, with 155 deaths. Rondonia and Amapa did not report deaths from the pandemic on Thursday.

The Balance of Deaths and Cases is the result of a partnership between the six media outlets that, since June 8 last year, 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.

The Ministry of Health reported that 24,611 new cases and 648 additional deaths were recorded by COVID-19 in the past 24 hours. In total, according to the volume, there are 2,308,178 infected people and 592,964 deaths. The numbers differ from those collected by the Media Consortium primarily due to the time of data collection.

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