Brazil recorded corona-related deaths in the last 24 hours on Thursday 1910. President Jair Bolzano strongly opposes the decision of local authorities to impose drastic measures.
On Wednesday, 1641 deaths were recorded, and in the last 24 hours, 1910 deaths were recorded. According to Reuters, there are two death tolls in a row.
A total of 259,271 deaths have been recorded in the country. Brazil has the second highest death toll in the world after the United States.
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According to the Brazilian Ministry of Health, Brazil has the second-highest number of diseases at nearly 11 million, after the United States and India.
Because of this, many cities and states have introduced closure measures, despite opposition from the country’s president, Jair Bolsanaro.
– Stop whining. How long will you cry about this? How long are you going to be home? How long are you going to cover everything? He was speaking at the opening ceremony of a new railway line in the state of Koi on Friday night, Norwegian time.
– We apologize for the inconvenience. But he rhetorically asked how it would go with Brazil if we closed everything.
In January, a new and highly contagious virus variant was discovered in the country, known as B1, and this has led to a high number of achievements.
Esther Sabino, a researcher at the University of So Paulo, is one of the experts on the virus variant, and says other parts of the world need to consider it.
– One can control the problem in the country by vaccinating the entire population, but only for a limited time. Because if another country in the world suddenly gets a new variant of the virus, the new virus will find its way here too, says Sabino New York Times.
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The health minister says the new variant is a new phase of the epidemic, and he believes the government has vaccinated half the population in June and the rest will be vaccinated later this year.
But the New York Times writes that people do not trust a president-led government, that he does not support the strike, and that he has repeatedly downplayed the threat of the corona virus.
Restrictions in Rio de Janeiro
The city of Rio de Janeiro has decided to take measures and night curfew in an effort to prevent the spread of the disease, Reuters writes.
These measures have been published on the official pages of the municipality and have come into effect from Friday, where people from kl will be banned from going to the streets. 23:00 to 05.00.
Opening hours for bars, restaurants and restaurants will be limited to 17.00 to 06.00, Reuters reported.
It was decided to limit the activities on the beaches and the functioning of the open markets. These activities also indicate that activities and nightclubs are not possible.
There are no national restrictions
Health Minister Eduardo Pasuello said in a video released on social media yesterday that Brazil has reached a “serious stage of epidemics” but has not put forward any drastic measures to prevent the epidemic.
“Today is a difficult day for all Brazilians. We have reached a critical stage of the epidemic. I would like to say to all of you that we are working hard to change the situation,” the health minister said.
According to Reuters, Brazil has agreed to buy 138 million doses of the vaccine from Pfizer and Jansen as part of its national immunization program.
– The government is working to ensure that people over the age of 18 can be vaccinated by the end of this year. In the meantime, I urge everyone to work with prevention to reduce the risk of getting sick, he said.
In that video, he does not mention who he is referring to when he says that of Over 18 years.
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Reached the breaking point
According to CNN Intensive care units in hospitals in Sவோo Paulo have reached the point of collapse. Many health experts and government officials have called on the government to take drastic measures to prevent the spread of the corona virus.
The condition of the country’s intensive care units has been very bad since the outbreak began. According to a report released by the Brazilian Research Institute for the Ministry of Health, the capacity of their intensive care units in 18 of Brazil’s 26 states is on the verge of total overload and decline.
Maria Gladimir, a nurse in Manas, tells the New York Times that she feels haunted by dreams that will never end. He talks about how patients and their relatives ask for oxygen when all the intensive care units are fully filled.
“No one is ready for this. It’s like a horror movie,” Gladimir told the New York Times.
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