The cumulative number of confirmed cases in Brazil exceeds 10.58 million, confirmed by Governor of Acre State
China News Service, Sao Paulo, March 1 (Reporter Mo Chengxiong) The Brazilian Ministry of Health released data at 18:15 on March 1st, local time, showing that 35,742 new cases of new coronary pneumonia were confirmed in Brazil that day, and a total of 10,587,001 cases were confirmed ; There were 778 new deaths and a total of 255,720 deaths; a total of 9,457,100 cases were cured.
The Acre state government announced on the 1st that the governor of the state, Gladson Cameli (Gladson Cameli) was diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia on the same day. Cameli is currently in a stable state and is in home isolation.
On December 21, local time, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, people wearing masks were shopping in a local supermarket. Photo by China News Agency reporter Mo Chengxiong
According to statistics, in February this year, the number of deaths from new coronary pneumonia in Brazil reached 30,484, which is the second most deadly month since the death of 32,912 in July last year. It is also the third consecutive month in which the death toll has been increasing. That month, the states of Minas Gerais, Rondônia and Roraima broke the state’s death toll records. In addition, the health care system in the Amazon state is on the verge of collapse.
As of the 1st, Brazil has an average daily death toll of more than 1,000 people for 40 consecutive days. On February 25, Brazil set a record for the number of new deaths in a single day, with 1582 new crown deaths. Experts said that the mutated virus is highly contagious, and the lack of virus detection capabilities in various parts of Brazil may have contributed to the aggravated rebound of the epidemic.
p > On December 16, local time, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, a waitress wearing a mask greeted customers at the entrance of a restaurant. Photo by China News Agency reporter Mo Chengxiong
The São Paulo metropolitan area once again tightened its epidemic prevention measures on the 1st, and bars were banned from opening all day from that day. In addition, non-essential commercial establishments such as shops, shopping centers, restaurants and so on in the area will be closed from 21:00 to 4 a.m., and public transportation will be closed at 22:00 every day.
The Brazilian National Council of Health Secretaries (CONASS) issued an open letter on the same day, calling on the Brazilian Federal Government to take emergency measures, implement a national curfew, and close schools, bars and beaches to curb the spread of a new round of the epidemic and prevent Brazil The national public and private medical system collapsed. (End)