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COVID-19: Pandemic has led to 547k deaths, 19.5 mi cases in Brazil


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The pandemic of the novel coronavirus has claimed the lives of 547,016 lives in Brazil. In 24 hours, health authorities registered 1,412 new deaths from COVID-19. The mortality rate for every 100 thousand people stands at 260.3.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 19,523,711 people have been infected with the novel coronavirus. From Wednesday to Thursday, 49,757 new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed. The amount of cases in every 100 thousand people stands at 9,290.5.


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The number of people who have recovered from COVID-19 is reported at 18,259,711.

The data were released Thursday (Jul. 22) by the country’s Health Ministry in its daily update, which combines figures collected by state health secretariats on cases and deaths linked to COVID-19.

States

Atop the list of Brazilian states with the highest death tolls for COVID-19 are São Paulo (136,466), Rio de Janeiro (58,036), Minas Gerais (49,377), Paraná (34,087), and Rio Grande do Sul (32,910). Those with the lowest number of fatalities are Acre (1,793), Roraima (1,826), Amapá (1,888), Tocantins (3,440), and Alagoas (5,698).

São Paulo also ranks first by number of cases, with 3,979,102, followed by Minas Gerais (1,921,230), and Paraná (1,355,387). The states with the lowest case counts are Acre (86,844), Roraima (118,036), and Amapá (120,036).

Vaccination

According to the Health Ministry, 154.4 million vaccine doses have been delivered to the states, and 10.2 million are in the process of distribution. A total of 128.5 million doses have been administered—92.6 million as the first dose, 35.9 million as the second or only dose.

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