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  • Brazil has 50,659 deaths from coronavirus, shows consortium of press vehicles; is 601 in 24 hours


    Survey of consortium of press vehicles points out that the country has 1,086,990 confirmed cases, of which 16,851 were registered in the last 24 hours.




    By G1
    06/21/2020 20h00 Updated 2 hours ago

    https://g1.globo.com/bemestar/corona...24-horas.ghtml

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    • Source: https://g1.globo.com/bemestar/corona...-das-13h.ghtml

      Brazil has 50,737 deaths from coronavirus, shows consortium of media outlets (13:00 update)
      The country surpassed the mark of 50 thousand victims on Saturday (20), just over three months after the first death. There are 1,090,349 confirmed cases.
      By G1
      22/06/2020 13h00 Updated 5 hours ago

      Brazil has 50,737 deaths from coronavirus confirmed until 1 pm on Monday (22), points out a survey carried out by the consortium of press vehicles using data from the state health departments.

      The consortium released on Sunday (21), at 8 pm, the 14th balance sheet, with the most updated data from the state departments at that time. Since then, AC, CE, DF, GO, MG, MS, PE, RR and TO have released new data.

      See the data updated at 13h this Monday (22):

      50,737 dead
      1,090,349 confirmed cases

      (On Sunday, 21, at 8:00 pm, the balance indicated: 50,659 deaths, 601 in 24 hours; and 1,086,990 confirmed cases.)

      The 50,000 victims mark was surpassed on Saturday (20), just over three months after the first death, which occurred in the city of São Paulo. Since then, the disease has spread across the country and is currently advancing inland.

      Brazil is the 2nd country in the world with the most cases and deaths from coronavirus, behind only the United States, according to a survey by Johns Hopkins University.

      Data on coronavirus cases and deaths in Brazil were obtained after an unprecedented partnership between G1, O Globo, Extra, O Estado de S.Paulo, Folha de S.Paulo and UOL, which started to work collaboratively to gather the information necessary in the 26 states and the Federal District.

      The objective is for Brazilians to know how the evolution and the total number of deaths caused by Covid-19 are, in addition to the consolidated numbers of tested cases with positive results for the new coronavirus.

      Partnership

      The partnership between the media was made in response to the Jair Bolsonaro government's decision to restrict access to data on the Covid-19 pandemic. Personalities from the political and legal world, together with entities representing professionals and the press, praised the initiative.

      Changes made by the Ministry of Health to the publication of its pandemic balance sheet reduced the quantity and quality of the data for a few days. First, the disclosure time, which was at 5 pm in the administration of Minister Luiz Henrique Mandetta (until April 17), passed to 7 pm and then to 10 pm. This made it difficult or impossible to publish the data on news and printed media. "There is no more story in the Jornal Nacional," said President Jair Bolsonaro, in a mocking tone, when commenting on the change.

      The second change was of a qualitative nature. The portal on which the ministry reports the number of dead and contaminated was taken down on the night of June 4. When he returned, after more than 19 hours, he started to present only information about the “new” cases, that is, registered on the same day. The consolidated figures and history of the disease have disappeared since its inception. Links to data downloads in table format were also eliminated from the website, which are essential for the analysis of researchers and journalists, and which fed other dissemination initiatives.

      Among the items that are no longer published are: curve of new cases by date of notification and by epidemiological week; accumulated cases by notification date and epidemiological week; deaths by notification date and epidemiological week; and accumulated deaths by notification date and epidemiological week.

      On June 7, the government announced that it would re-report its balance sheets about the disease. But it showed conflicting numbers, released within a few hours.

      On Sunday (21), once again the Ministry of Health released the complete data, obeying the order of the STF. According to the folder, there were 641 new deaths and 17,459 new cases, totaling 50,617 deaths and 1,085,038 cases since the beginning of the pandemic.





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      • Source: https://www.gp1.com.br/noticias/bras...19-480340.html

        Brazil has 51,271 deaths and 1,106,470 confirmed cases of covid-19
        Brazil also recorded 571,649 cases of people cured of the new coronavirus (covid-19).
        Victoria Xavier
        Teresina
        06/22/2020 20h12 - updated 20h12

        On Monday (22), the Ministry of Health released the most recent balance of cases and deaths caused by the new coronavirus (covid-19) in Brazil. The information was updated at 6:30 pm and passed on by the State Health Secretariats across the country.

        Altogether there are 51,271 deaths and 1,106,470 confirmed cases of the disease. About 483,550 patients are undergoing medical follow-up. In the last 24 hours, 21,432 new cases of the disease were confirmed.

        Brazil also recorded 571,649 cases of people cured of the new coronavirus (covid-19).

        Regarding deaths, in the last 24 hours, 654 new deaths were registered in the official systems of the Government of Brazil, most of which occurred in other periods. Only 267 deaths occurred in the last three days.

        Also according to data from the Ministry of Health, there are still a total of 3,912 deaths that are being investigated.

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        • 1,145,906 cases; 52,645 deaths: http://www.conass.org.br/painelconasscovid19/

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          • Brazil has 53,830 deaths and 1,188,631 confirmed cases of coronavirus

            Brazil also recorded 649,908 cases of people cured of the new coronavirus (covid-19). The lethality rate is 4.5%.


            06/24/2020 20h21 - updated 8:23 pm



            This Thursday (18), the Ministry of Health released the latest balance of cases and deaths caused by the new coronavirus ( covid-19 ) in Brazil. Altogether there are 53,830 deaths and 1,188,631 confirmed cases of the disease.
            The information was updated at 6:30 pm and passed on by the State Health Secretariats across the country. According to the data, about 484,893 patients are undergoing medical follow-up. In the last 24 hours, 42,725 new cases of the disease were confirmed.
            Brazil also recorded 649,908 cases of people cured of the new coronavirus (covid-19). The lethality rate is 4.5%.
            Regarding deaths, in the last 24 hours, 1,185 new deaths were registered in the official systems of the Government of Brazil, most of which occurred in other periods. Of the total, 486 deaths were confirmed in the last three days and another 3,904 cases are still under investigation.



            https://www.gp1.com.br/noticias/bras...us-480500.html

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            • Source: https://g1.globo.com/bemestar/corona...imprensa.ghtml

              Brazil has 1,180 deaths from coronavirus in 24 hours, shows consortium of press vehicles; are 55,054 in total
              The country also has 1,233,147 confirmed cases of Covid-19.
              By G1

              25/06/2020 08h00 Updated 37 minutes ago
              In the last 24 hours, 1,180 deaths by Covid-19 were confirmed, says press consortium

              Brazil had 1,180 deaths recorded due to the new coronavirus in 24 hours, according to a survey carried out by the consortium of press vehicles at the state health departments. With this, there are 55,054 deaths by Covid-19 until this Thursday (25) in the parents. See the data, consolidated at 20h:

              55,054 deaths; were 53,874 until 8:00 pm on Wednesday (24), a difference of 1,180 deaths
              1,233,147 confirmed cases; were 1,192,474 as of Wednesday night, that is, there were 40,673 new cases

              Amazonas alone did not send the data in time to enter the balance.

              Before the final balance of the day, the consortium released two other bulletins. In the first bulletin, at 8 am, Brazil had 53,895 deaths and 1,193,609 confirmed cases. In the second bulletin, at 1 pm, the country had 54,434 dead and 1,207,721 cases of the disease.

              Brazil is the second country with the most victims in the world, only behind the USA, which recorded 122,400 deaths.

              Consortium of press vehicles

              Data on coronavirus cases and deaths in Brazil were obtained after an unprecedented partnership between G1, O Globo, Extra, O Estado de S.Paulo, Folha de S.Paulo and UOL, which started to work since June 8 , collaboratively to gather the necessary information in the 26 states and the Federal District.

              The objective is for Brazilians to know how the evolution and the total number of deaths caused by Covid-19 are, in addition to the consolidated numbers of tested cases with positive results for the new coronavirus.

              The partnership between the media was made in response to the Jair Bolsonaro government's decision to restrict access to data on the Covid-19 pandemic. Personalities from the political and legal world, together with entities representing professionals and the press, praised the initiative.

              Changes made by the Ministry of Health to the publication of its pandemic balance sheet reduced the quantity and quality of the data for a few days. First, the disclosure time, which was at 5 pm in the administration of Minister Luiz Henrique Mandetta (until April 17), passed to 7 pm and then to 10 pm. This made it difficult or impossible to publish the data on news and printed media. "There is no more story in the Jornal Nacional," said President Jair Bolsonaro, in a mocking tone, when commenting on the change.

              The second change was of a qualitative nature. The portal on which the ministry reports the number of dead and contaminated was taken down on the night of June 4. When he returned, after more than 19 hours, he started to present only information about the “new” cases, that is, registered on the same day. The consolidated figures and history of the disease have disappeared since its inception. Links to data downloads in table format were also eliminated from the website, which are essential for the analysis of researchers and journalists, and which fed other dissemination initiatives.

              Among the items that are no longer published are: curve of new cases by date of notification and by epidemiological week; accumulated cases by notification date and epidemiological week; deaths by notification date and epidemiological week; and accumulated deaths by notification date and epidemiological week.

              On June 7, the government announced that it would re-report its balance sheets about the disease. But it showed conflicting numbers, released within a few hours.

              Only on June 9, the ministry released the full data again, following the order of the STF.

              On Thursday (25), the agency released a new balance sheet. According to the folder, there were 1,141 new deaths and 39,483 new cases, totaling 54,971 deaths and 1,228,114 cases since the beginning of the pandemic - lower numbers than those determined by the consortium.

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              • Source: https://g1.globo.com/bemestar/corona...imprensa.ghtml

                Brazil has 1,055 deaths from coronavirus in 24 hours, shows consortium of press vehicles; are 56,109 in total
                The country also has 1,280,054 confirmed cases of Covid-19.

                By G1

                26/06/2020 08h03 Updated 7 minutes ago
                Brazil has 56,109 deaths by Covid-19, points consortium of press vehicles

                Brazil had 1,055 deaths registered due to the new coronavirus in 24 hours, according to a survey carried out by the consortium of press vehicles at the state health departments. With that, there are 56,109 deaths by Covid-19 until this Friday (26) in the parents. See the data, consolidated at 20h:

                56,109 deaths; there were 55,054 until 8 pm on Thursday (25), a difference of 1,055 deaths
                1,280,054 confirmed cases; were 1,233,147 by Thursday night, that is, there were 46,907 new cases

                Before the final balance of the day, the consortium released two more bulletins. In the first bulletin, at 8 am, Brazil had 55,102 dead and 1,234,850 confirmed cases. In the second bulletin, at 1 pm, the country had 55,304 dead and 1,244,419 cases of the disease.

                The Northeast region registers 36% of the total deaths in 24 hours, almost the same percentage of the Southeast region (40%).


                Consortium of press vehicles

                Data on coronavirus cases and deaths in Brazil were obtained after an unprecedented partnership between G1, O Globo, Extra, O Estado de S.Paulo, Folha de S.Paulo and UOL, which started to work since June 8 , collaboratively to gather the necessary information in the 26 states and the Federal District.

                The goal is for Brazilians to know how the evolution and the total number of deaths caused by Covid-19 are, in addition to the consolidated numbers of tested cases with positive results for the new coronavirus.

                The partnership between the media was made in response to the Jair Bolsonaro government's decision to restrict access to data on the Covid-19 pandemic. Personalities from the political and legal world, together with entities representing professionals and the press, praised the initiative.

                Changes made by the Ministry of Health to the publication of its pandemic balance sheet reduced for a few days the quantity and quality of the data. First, the disclosure time, which was at 5 pm in the administration of Minister Luiz Henrique Mandetta (until April 17), passed to 7 pm and then to 10 pm. This made it difficult or impossible to publish the data on news and printed media. “There is no more news in the Jornal Nacional,” said President Jair Bolsonaro, in a mocking tone, when commenting on the change.

                The second change was of a qualitative nature. The portal on which the ministry reports the death toll was contaminated on the night of June 4. When he returned, after more than 19 hours, he started to present only information about “new” cases, that is, registered on the same day. The consolidated figures and history of the disease have disappeared since its inception. Links to data downloads in table format were also eliminated from the website, which are essential for the analysis of researchers and journalists, and which fed other dissemination initiatives.

                Among the items that are no longer published are: curve of new cases by date of notification and by epidemiological week; cases accumulated by notification date and epidemiological week; deaths by notification date and epidemiological week; and accumulated deaths by notification date and epidemiological week.

                On June 7, the government announced that it would re-inform its balance sheets about the disease. But it showed conflicting figures, released within a few hours.

                Only on June 9, the ministry released the full data again, following the order of the STF.

                This Friday (26), the agency released a new balance sheet. According to the folder, there were 990 new deaths and 46,860 new cases, totaling 55,961 deaths and 1,274,974 cases since the beginning of the pandemic - lower numbers than those determined by the consortium.

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                • sharon sanders
                  sharon sanders commented
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                  46,907 new cases, 1,055 new deaths



              • Brazil had 555 deaths registered due to the new coronavirus in 24 hours, according to a survey carried out by the consortium of press vehicles at the state health departments . With that, there are 57,658 deaths by Covid-19 until this Sunday (28) in the country. See the data, consolidated at 20h:
                • 57,658 deaths; were 57,103 until 8 pm this Saturday (27), a difference of 555 deaths
                • 1,345,254 confirmed cases; were 1,315,941 until Saturday night, that is, there were 29,313 new cases


                https://g1.globo.com/bemestar/corona...imprensa.ghtml

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                • Source: https://g1.globo.com/bemestar/corona...imprensa.ghtml

                  Brazil has 727 deaths from coronavirus in 24 hours, shows consortium of press vehicles; are 58,385 in total
                  Country has 1,370,488 confirmed cases of Covid-19.
                  By G1
                  29/06/2020 08h00 Updated 25 minutes ago


                  Brazil had 727 deaths registered due to the new coronavirus in 24 hours, according to a survey carried out by the consortium of press vehicles at the state health departments. With that, there are 58,385 deaths by Covid-19 until this Monday (29) in the parents. See the data, consolidated at 20h:

                  58,385 deaths; there were 57,658 until 8 pm this Sunday (28); a difference of 727 deaths.
                  1,370,488 confirmed cases; there were 1,345,254 infected until Sunday night, that is, there was an increase of 25,234 infected.

                  Before the final balance of the day, the consortium released two more bulletins. In the first bulletin, at 8 am, Brazil had 57,659 deaths and 1,319,274 confirmed cases. In the second bulletin, at 1 pm, the country had 57,774 dead and 1,345,470 cases of the disease.

                  The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that one in four deaths from Covid-19 happens in Brazil. Likewise, one in four cases also occurs in the country.

                  According to a monitoring by the American university Johns Hopkins, the world already has more than 10 million infected and 500 thousand dead. Brazil accounts for 11% of total deaths on the planet

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                  • Source: https://g1.globo.com/bemestar/corona...-consorcio-de- press-vehicles.ghtml

                    Brazil has 1,271 deaths from coronavirus in 24 hours, shows consortium of press vehicles; are 59,656 in total
                    Country has 1,408,485 confirmed cases of Covid-19.
                    By G1
                    6/30/2020 8:00 AM Updated an hour ago


                    Brazil had 1,271 deaths registered due to the new coronavirus in 24 hours, according to a survey carried out by the consortium of press vehicles at the state health departments. With that, there are 59,656 deaths by Covid-19 until this Tuesday (30) in the parents. See the data, consolidated at 20h:

                    59,656 deaths; there were 58.385 until 8 pm this Monday (29); a difference of 1,271 deaths.
                    1,408,485 confirmed cases; there were 1,370,488 infected until Sunday night, that is, there was an increase of 37,997 infected.

                    Before the final balance of the day, the consortium released two more bulletins. In the first bulletin, at 8 am, Brazil had 58,406 dead and 1,373,006 confirmed cases. In the second bulletin, at 1 pm, the country had 58,927 dead and 1,383,678 cases of the disease.

                    The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that one in four deaths from Covid-19 happens in Brazil. Likewise, one in four cases also occurs in the country.

                    According to a monitoring by the American university Johns Hopkins, the world already has more than 10 million infected and 500 thousand dead. Brazil accounts for 11% of total deaths on the planet.

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                    • RIO - Brazil counted 1,057 deaths from Covid-19 in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths during the pandemic to 60,713, according to a survey carried out by the state health departments by the press consortium on Wednesday. The mark of 60 thousand deaths had already been registered in the survey of 13h. The total number of confirmed cases, in turn, was 1,453,369, after 44,884 new diagnoses on the last day.

                      https://oglobo.globo.com/sociedade/c...s-20h-24510171

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                      • RIO - Brazil registered, in the last 24 hours, 47,984 new cases by Covid-19, reaching a total of 1,501,353 people diagnosed since the beginning of the pandemic, according to a survey made from the numbers released by the state health departments. After 1,277 new deaths, the country has 61,990 deaths. This Thursday, the EpiCovid-19 survey estimated that, in six weeks, the number of infected people in Brazil doubled and reached eight million . This is the broadest survey in the country since the pandemic began.

                        https://oglobo.globo.com/sociedade/c...s-20h-24512491

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                        • Source: https://www.dw.com/pt-br/brasil-supe...-19/a-54044570


                          07.03.2020
                          Brazil overcomes 1.5 million cases of covid-19
                          The country accumulates 63,174 deaths and 1,539,081 infections, with 1,290 deaths and 42,223 new cases in 24 hours. According to the Ministry of Health, 868,372 people recovered and 607,535 are being monitored.


                          The National Council of Health Secretaries (Conass) and the Ministry of Health recorded 1,290 deaths from covid-19 in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths officially identified until this Friday (07/03) to 63,174.

                          Brazil had 42,223 new cases and now has 1,539,081 infections with the new coronavirus. The lethality rate of the disease in the country is 4.1%. In the assessment by group of 100 thousand inhabitants, the country has a mortality rate of 30.1 and the incidence rate is 732.4.

                          The most affected states are still São Paulo (with 310,702 cases and 15,694 deaths) and Rio de Janeiro (118,956 cases and 10,500 deaths).

                          According to the Ministry of Health, 868,372 people recovered from the disease and 607,535 cases are being followed up.

                          Several health authorities and institutions across the country have warned that the real numbers of the disease are expected to be higher due to the lack of large-scale testing and underreporting.

                          RC / ots




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                          • RIO - Brazil accounts for 63,409 deaths and 1,550,176 contaminations as a result of Covid-19, with 155 new deaths and 6,835 new coronavirus infections in the last hours, according to a bulletin released at 1 pm by the media consortium.

                            https://oglobo.globo.com/sociedade/b...s-13h-24515877


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                            • RIO - Brazil passed this Sunday of 1.6 million infected with the new coronavirus. The total number of cases is 1,604,585. The number of deaths reached 64,900, according to a bulletin released at 8 pm by the press consortium.
                              The survey was carried out with data from the state health departments, obtained by a group of press vehicles, formed by O GLOBO, Extra, G1, Folha de S.Paulo, UOL and O Estado de S. Paulo.

                              In comparison with the bulletin released at 8 pm last Saturday, there are 523 new deaths and 26,652 contamination detected in the last 24 hours.

                              Statistics on the pandemic in Brazil are released three times a day. The media vehicle initiative was created from inconsistencies in the data presented by the Ministry of Health in the management of interim Eduardo Pazuello.

                              https://oglobo.globo.com/sociedade/b...s-20h-24516879



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