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Brazil reports 14,3180 cases of COVID-19 in 24 hours


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Brazil has confirmed another 14,318 people infected with the novel coronavirus in 24 hours. In the latest report, released Sunday (Sep. 27), the country’s Ministry of Health also adds 335 deaths to the total COVID-19 death toll. The disease has claimed 141,747 lives.

Since February, when the first case was confirmed in the country, 4,732,309 people have been diagnosed with the virus. The number of recovered patients stands at 4,060,088—nearly 86 percent of all infected patients. Another 530,480 are still being monitored.


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State health authorities are also investigating 2,511 suspected deaths linked to COVID-19.


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Also according to the ministry, the lethality rate of the disease compared to the general population is three percent. In other words, of every hundred people with the disease, three die due to the complications stemming from COVID-19.

A number of factors may play a role in whether a patient’s health state may aggravate and lead to death. Elders with high blood pressure, heart and lung disease, cancer, or diabetes are more susceptible, and should redouble prevention efforts.

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The country’s most populous state, São Paulo, reported 231 deaths from COVID-19 in 24 hours, raising the death count to 35,108, plus 972,237 confirmed cases since the beginning of the pandemic. Of the diagnosed, 831,468 people have recovered, 106,621 have been hospitalized.

The bed occupancy rate in intensive care units is 44.4 percent in the Great São Paulo and 45.6 percent statewide. Patients currently hospitalized are 9,062—5,089 of whom in first-aid rooms, 3,973 in intensive care units. All 645 municipalities have at least one infected person, with 567 cities having notified one or more fatal cases.

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro state, the second in both cases and deaths, has seen 261,860 cases of COVID-19 and 18,278 deaths from the disease. There are also 514 deaths under investigation. Of all confirmed cases, 238,609 patients have recovered from the illness.

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