Brazil has the week with the lowest number of cases and deaths from Covid since the beginning of the year
Brazil recorded, in the last 24 hours, 196 deaths and 29,912 cases of Covid-19, according to data released by the National Council of Health Secretaries (Conass), this Saturday (26).
The epidemiological week of deaths between March 20 and 26 recorded 1,660 deaths, the lowest number had been in the week of January 9 to 16, marking 1,034.
Regarding the registration of cases, the same period had 214,913 cases – the lowest rate since the first week of the year (from January 2nd to 8th, with 208,018).
In fall, the moving average of deaths is at 237. The moving average of Covid cases is at 30,702.
Moving averages consider the average of infections and deaths recorded in the last seven days. The data allow monitoring of the pandemic indicators without possible distortions caused by possible underreporting on weekends.
In all, the country has recorded 658,762 deaths and 29,832,179 cases of Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020.
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Source: CNN Brasil