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COVID-19: Brazil reports 26,280, 764 deaths in 24h


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The total number of lives lost to COVID-19 across Brazil since the beginning of the pandemic has risen to 581,914. In 24 hours, 764 deaths were caused by complications linked to the disease.

There are also 3,553 fatalities under investigation. This happens when diagnoses depend on test results concluded only after the patient dies.


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People infected since the pandemic started now total 20,830,495. From Wednesday to Thursday, 26,280 new positive diagnoses were confirmed.

Those who recovered from COVID-19 amount to 19,801,725. This accounts for 95.1 percent of the total infected until the report released Thursday (Sep. 2). The update combines data on cases and deaths raised by state health secretariats.

There are also 446,856 cases being monitored—people who tested positive for COVID-19 and are receiving care from health agents or recovering at home.

States

Atop the list of Brazilian states with the highest death tolls are São Paulo (146,179), Rio de Janeiro (62,774), Minas Gerais (53,167), Paraná (37,614), and Rio Grande do Sul (34,268). Those with the lowest amount of fatalities are Acre (1,814), Roraima (1,949), Amapá (1,954), Tocantins (3,693), and Sergipe (5,998).

Vaccination

The latest figures from the ministry’s vaccination dashboard show that 195.5 million doses of the vaccine against COVID-19 have been administered all across the country—132 million with the first dose, 63.5 million as the second.

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