More than 21000 new confirmed cases in Brazil, more than 1.1 million cases in total

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 More than 21000 new confirmed cases in Brazil, more than 1.1 million cases in total


(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u6056789,container:ssp_ 6056789, async:true Novel coronavirus pneumonia confirmed the latest data in Brazil on 22 th night, 21432 cases were diagnosed newly diagnosed as pneumonia in new day, 1106470 cases were confirmed, 654 cases were new deaths and 51271 cases were cumulative deaths. Brazils cumulative number of confirmed cases is second only to the United States, ranking second in the world. Brazils Oswaldo Cruz foundation released a report on June 19, saying that according to the weekly situation report after the outbreak in Brazil, the social isolation policy has reduced the pressure on hospitals. Now the national epidemic is still severe. As of June 17, there are still eight states with more than 80% of the serious beds. Relaxing the isolation policy will undoubtedly cause a rapid increase in the number of cases. The report points out that we should be alert to the second round of outbreaks caused by the loosening of isolation, which may cause the collapse of public health systems in some states. Related recommendations: more than 50000 U.S. researchers died of Brazils new crown virus in late July or beyond the U.S. Brazils new crown virus expanded to the Amazon jungle indigenous leaders died of infection. Source: overseas.com editor in charge: Yu changzong_ NBJ11145

Novel coronavirus pneumonia confirmed on 21432 new cases in Brazil, 1106470 new cases confirmed by the latest 22 days latest data released locally, and 654 cases of new deaths and 51271 cases of cumulative deaths. Brazils cumulative number of confirmed cases is second only to the United States, ranking second in the world.

Brazils Oswaldo Cruz foundation released a report on June 19, saying that according to the weekly situation report after the outbreak in Brazil, the social isolation policy has reduced the pressure on hospitals. Now the national epidemic is still severe. As of June 17, there are still eight states with more than 80% of the serious beds. Relaxing the isolation policy will undoubtedly cause a rapid increase in the number of cases. The report points out that we should be alert to the second round of outbreaks caused by the loosening of isolation, which may cause the collapse of public health systems in some states.