Brazil: Deaths in Brazil in 24 hours are 2,000

Brazil registered a record 2,286 deaths from Covid-19 in 12 hours a day, the health ministry said.

The South American country of 212 million people has the world’s second-highest death toll in the pandemic, is struggling to deal with a crush of cases that has pushed many hospitals close to breaking point.

The country also registered its third-highest number of coronavirus infections Wednesday, with nearly 80,000.

Brazil has struggled to secure enough vaccines for its population, adding to criticism of far-right President Jair Bolsonaro’s hands-off handling of the health crisis.

It appears the President of Brazil is deliberately ignoring all of the recommendations, despite having contracted it himself last year. In his latest statement, he urges Brazilians to “stop whining” about the virus Covid-19 and renews his attacks on stay-at-home measures.

The Vaccination had begun late in India and remains slow with 11, the last will be the second will be the third will be the 4th. Who have 8 million people (by volume). 2 percent of the population) receiving a first dose. Its effects have been poor.

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the director general of the World Health Organization, has urged Brazil to take aggressive steps and warns that the country could affect its neighbors and beyond if it didn’t take the virus seriously.


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