July 2, 2022
Brazil: 597,749 deaths from Covid;  The moving average stands at 500 on the eighth day of stability |  Corona Virus

Brazil: 597,749 deaths from Covid; The moving average stands at 500 on the eighth day of stability | Corona Virus

Brazil scored on Saturday (2) 457 deaths from Covid-19 in the past 24 hours, with the total number of deaths 597,749 since the beginning of the epidemic. With that, the moving average of deaths in the past seven days was at 500. Compared to the average 14 days ago, the difference was -10% and points More for seven consecutive days.

The figures from the new poll of the Media Consortium on the state of the coronavirus pandemic in Brazil, consolidated at 20:00 on Saturday. The balance is based on data from state health departments.

Watch last week’s moving average sequence:

Moving Average of Mortality – Photo: Arte/g1

  • Saturday (25): 528
  • Sunday (26): 528
  • Monday (27): 524
  • Tuesday (28): 569
  • Wednesday (29): 544
  • Quinta (30): 540
  • Friday (1): 513
  • Saturday (2): 500

On July 31, Brazil again recorded a moving average of deaths below 1,000, after a period of 191 consecutive days with higher values. From March 17 to May 10, there were 55 days in a row with this moving average above 2000. At the worst moment of this period, the average reached 3125, on April 12.

Three states (AC, CE, and PI), in addition to DF, have a large number of deaths. Three states did not update death data (AC, GO and RO).

In cases confirmed since the beginning of the pandemic, 2,145,6504 Brazilians have been infected or infected with the new coronavirus, With 12,743 of those confirmed in the last day. The moving average was in the last 7 days 16,533 new diagnoses per day. This represents a variance in -52% Regarding cases registered within two weeks, indicating stayed in diagnosis.

At its worst, the national moving average curve reached a mark of 77,295 new daily cases, on June 23 of this year.

  • Total deaths: 597,749
  • Record of deaths within 24 hours: 457
  • Average new deaths in the last 7 days: 500 (change in 14 days: -10%)
  • Total confirmed cases: 21.456.504
  • Registration of confirmed cases within 24 hours: 12,743
  • Average new cases in the last 7 days: 16533 (14-day change: -52%)
  • On the rise (3 states and the Federal District): AC, CE, DF, PI
  • In stability (7 cases): ES, MS, PE, PR, RS, SP e TO
  • Fall (13 states): AL, AM, BA, MA, MG, MT, PA, PB, RJ, RN, RR, SC, SE
  • out of date (3 states): AP, GO, and RO

This comparison takes into account the average deaths in the past seven days until this balance was published relative to the average recorded two weeks ago (Understand the criteria it uses g 1 To analyze epidemic trends).

It is noteworthy that there are cases in which a decrease in the average number of deaths can lead to significant differences in percentage. Moving average data is generally in decimal numbers and is rounded to make the data easier to display.

More than 93 million Brazilians They took the necessary doses against Covid and were fully immunized. 93,271,450 doses (second dose or single dose) are applied, which corresponds to 43.72% of the population.

Those who took the first dose and were partially immunized are 147,317,233, which corresponds to 69.06% of the population.

A booster dose was administered to 1,043,794 subjects (0.49% of the population).

By adding the first, second, single and booster doses, there are 2,416,32477 doses applied since the start of vaccination.

Look at the situation in the countries

Countries with increasing death rates – Photo: Arte / g1

Countries with stability in stability – Photo: Arte / g1

Countries with falling deaths – Photo: Arte/g1

  • GB: -8%
  • mg: -18%
  • Royal Jordanian: -20%
  • SP: +13%
  • DF: +47%
  • GO: The data has not been updated
  • MS: -8%
  • MT: -35%
  • AC: +100%
  • AM: -25%
  • AP: The data has not been updated
  • PA: -52%
  • RO: The data has not been updated
  • RR: -47%
  • To: +4%
  • AL: -18%
  • Bachelor: -69%
  • CE: +117%
  • MA: -32%
  • PB: -29%
  • PE: -3%
  • B: +17%
  • Rn: -71%
  • SE: +50%

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Data on coronavirus cases and deaths in Brazil were obtained after an unprecedented partnership between st 1and O Globo, Extra, O Estado de S.Paulo, Folha de S.Paulo and UOL, who have worked collaboratively since June 8 to collect necessary information in 26 states and the Federal District (know more).

Videos: Covid deaths by county, month by month

Brazil’s Covid numbers – Photo: Editoria de Arte / G1