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Brazil reaches 6.07 mi cases, 169,000 deaths from COVID-19


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Brazil’s Health Ministry reported an 18,615 increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in 24 hours, according to the latest report, released Sunday (Nov. 22). The total case tally now stands at 6,071,401. In the same 24-hour period, 194 new deaths were added, amounting to a total of 169,183 deaths. Also reported were 5,432,505 people (89.5%) people cured from the disease.

Lower figures are common on Sundays due to difficulties facing state health secretariats feeding the database over the weekend.

COVID-19 across the states


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São Paulo has reached 1,209,588 contaminated  people. The other states with the highest case tallies in Brazil are Minas Gerais (396,933) and Bahia (384,903). Acre, in turn, is the state with the lowest count (34,626), followed by Amapá (56,548), and Roraima (61,838).


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São Paulo also ranks first for number of deaths, with 41,267. Rio de Janeiro (21,974) and Minas Gerais (9,777) come next. The Brazilian states with the lowest death tolls are Acre (713), Roraima (720), and Amapá (789).

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