Brazil added 20,000 new diagnoses, with a total of 1.88 million cases, the largest city reopened the park

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As of 18:00, July 13, local time, Brazil has added 20,286 new confirmed cases of coronary heart pneumonia, with a total of 1,884,967 diagnosed cases and 733 new deaths, with a total of 72,833 deaths and a total of 1,154,837 patients recovering.

△Statistics of Brazil’s new coronary pneumonia data (source:Brazilian Ministry of Health website)

On the same day, Brazil’s largest city São Paulo reopened parks, gyms and other places, where the park was opened from Monday to Friday with a limited time and current. Before the official opening of the park at 6 a.m., the 111-day Ibirapuera Park, the city’s largest park closed for the outbreak, had queues waiting to enter the park. According to regulations, drinking facilities, children’s playgrounds and places where group sports can be performed in the park remain closed, and citizens can only walk, run and ride in the park. The city of Sao Paulo is currently in the”yellow” phase of isolation, that is,”flexible isolation measures can be taken.” According to data released by the State Government of Sao Paulo, the number of deaths due to new coronary pneumonia last week was 1706, a decrease of 27 cases from the previous week. This is the third consecutive week of new deaths in the state. Among them, the number of deaths in the capital city of Sao Paulo decreased by 6%, the Greater Sao Paulo area decreased by 14.5%, and suburban cities rose by 12%.

The governor of the state of Goiás, located in central Brazil, signed a decree on 13th regarding relaxation of segregation measures and came into force on that day. The decree allows bars, restaurants, gyms and churches in the state to follow the epidemic prevention regulations Reopened under conditions.

The Brazilian Chamber of Foreign Trade announced on the 13th that it will implement zero tariffs on 34 drugs used for the treatment of new coronary pneumonia The drugs benefiting from this measure include ivermectin, fondaparinux, warfarin, nitazoxanide, edoxaban and rivaroxaban. Machines with a production capacity of not less than 400 three-layer masks per minute are also exempt. Since the outbreak of the New Crown Outbreak, the Brazilian Chamber of Foreign Trade has implemented a zero tariff policy on 549 products related to the fight against New Crown Pneumonia, which will be implemented until September 30.