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COVID-19 statistics for Brazil

Total Cases

3275520

1.40%

New Cases

45899

Total Deaths

106523

3.25%

Total Recovered

2384302

72.79%

Active Cases

27662

0.84%

Critical Cases

784695

23.96%

Last update: 97 seconds ago

CoronaVirus charts for Brazil

Cases

Currently Infected

Daily Cases

Daily Deaths

Deaths

New Recoveries

Coronavirus statistics for Brazil

Country Total New Deaths Deaths today Recovered Active Critical Per Mil Pop
Brazil 3275520 45899 106523 959 2384302 27662 784695 8318

COVID-19 Latest News for Brazil:

43 minutes ago
Brazil registers 50,644 new coronavirus cases and 1,060 new deaths
Covid Spider

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil on Friday reported 50,644 … , the health ministry said. Overall, Brazil has reported 3,275,520 …


2 hours ago
Peru has the Highest Covid Death Toll in all of Latin America
The Rio Times

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru surpassed half a million coronavirus cases and has the highest death toll in Latin America, according to Health Ministry data released on Thursday, as the government struggles to contain a recent surge in infections. There have been 507,996 confirmed cases and 25,648 related...


3 hours ago
Philippines halt Brazilian poultry imports due to coronavirus scare
The Brazilian Report

The Philippines decided this Friday to temporarily halt Brazilian poultry imports after Chinese authorities said they had identified traces of the coronavirus in frozen chicken wings imported from Brazil. “With the recent reports from China and in compliance with the country’s Food Safety Act to...


4 hours ago
Central Bank estimates 11-percent GDP drop for Brazil in Q2
The Brazilian Report

The Brazilian economy shrunk 10.94 percent in the Q2 2020, feeling the full effects of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Economic Activity Index (IBC-Br) published by the Central Bank this Friday. But the data released by the monetary authority also shows signs of economic recovery. In June...




7 hours ago
Bolsonaro son tests positive for Covid-19
The Brazilian Report

Twenty-two-year-old Jair Renan Bolsonaro, the fourth-oldest son of President Bolsonaro, has tested positive for Covid-19. He reportedly has mild symptoms, such as the loss of smell. The president’s office has not yet commented on it. Back in April, Jair Renan was banned from popular live streaming...


7 hours ago
Despite economic uncertainty, there are still reasons to back Brazil
The Brazilian Report

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought untold levels of unpredictability to the Brazilian economy, but all is not lost, say experts The post Despite economic uncertainty, there are still reasons to back Brazil appeared first on The Brazilian Report.


7 hours ago
PC and TV access grows in Brazil during Covid-19 pandemic
Covid Spider

Use of PCs in Brazil increased from 51 percent in …


8 hours ago
Brazil's Bolsonaro approval rating at highest despite coronavirus -poll
Covid Spider

BRASILIA (Reuters) - The approval rating of Brazil’s right-wing … the Alvorada Palace in Brasilia, Brazil August 12, 2020. REUTERS… most vulnerable sectors of Brazilian society that have received … approval standing in Northeast Brazil, a traditionally poor region …

9 hours ago
Govt. temporarily bans chicken from Brazil over coronavirus report
Covid Spider

… entry of poultry meat from Brazil will not be allowed in … frozen chicken wings imported from Brazil tested positive for COVID-19 … kilograms of chicken wings from Brazil, according to DA data shared …


10 hours ago
Jair Bolsonaro Proclaims Himself “Living Proof” of Chloroquine’s Efficacy
The Rio Times

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro said yesterday that he is "living proof" of chloroquine's efficacy against Covid-19, a drug that is not scientifically proven to cure the disease, and that he said he took when he was infected. "We know that over 100,000 people died in Brazil. If they...


10 hours ago
Infectious Coronaviruses are Found in the Air Within Some Five Meters of a Patient
The Rio Times

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The tricks used by the novel coronavirus to spread from a single infected person in China in late November to the over 20 million cases on the planet today remain puzzling. The World Health Organization (WHO) maintains that the virus is primarily passed on by respiratory droplets...


11 hours ago
Brazilians Discover Horse Covid-19 Antibody Up to 50 Times More Powerful
The Rio Times

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Thursday, August 13th, Brazilian scientists announced a new finding in a National Academy of Medicine session. Horses were administered the Sars CoV-2 Spike protein, responsible for human cell infection, and developed a 20 to 50 times more powerful neutralizing antibody against...


11 hours ago
Argentina and Mexico Will Produce Oxford Vaccine for Latin America; Brazil Has Own Agreement
The Rio Times

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina and Mexico are at the forefront of the fight against the coronavirus pandemic in Latin America. Argentine President Alberto Fernández announced on Wednesday in Buenos Aires that the two countries will produce up to 250 million doses of the experimental vaccine that...


11 hours ago
Central Bank Does Not Envision Second Covid-19 Wave in Brazil, Says Director
The Rio Times

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Central Bank does not expect a "second wave" of the novel coronavirus pandemic to occur in the country, Fabio Kanczuk, the Central Bank's director of economic policy, said yesterday during an online seminar promoted by the Association of Banks in the State of Rio de Janeiro...


11 hours ago
Brazil Can Generate R$2.8 Trillion With “Green Economy”, Says Study
The Rio Times

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The economic rebound, after the shock triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic, could generate two million jobs and add R$2.8 trillion (US$560 billion) to Brazil's GDP, in addition to helping the country become more resilient to climate change if investments are directed towards a...


11 hours ago
Brazilian Health Plans Will Cover Covid-19 Serological Test, Determines National Health Agency
The Rio Times

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Thursday, August 13th, the National Supplementary Health Agency (ANS) decided in a meeting of the Agency's collegiate board, to include the performance of serological tests for coronavirus in the list of minimum compulsory insurance coverage. The decision comes almost a month...



12 hours ago
Pandemic Epicenter, Brazil Leads Economic Rebound in Latin America
The Rio Times

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil, faced with the most severe Covid-19 outbreak in Latin America, emerges with the mildest recession in the region this year, driven by a faster economic reopening and temporary stimulus measures. Behind only the US as the global epicenter of the virus, the country has...

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