So far, 337,000 people have died of corona in this country.
Brazil, April 7: In Brazil, the coronavirus crisis is growing by the day. More than 4,000 people died in Brazil on Tuesday. This figure is said to be the highest compared to last year. Health officials say 4,195 civilians have died from the corona. So far, 3,37,000 people have died of corona in Brazil. After America, Brazil has the highest number of deaths due to corona.
On Tuesday, 86,979 new cases of corona were reported in the country. Experts fear that 1 million Brazilians could die this month if not addressed in a timely manner. “It’s like a nuclear reactor,” said Miguel Nicolis, a professor at Duke University in the United States and a Brazilian doctor. In which the chain reaction has begun and is now out of control. This situation is similar to Fukushima. The situation has become so difficult that it has become difficult to find a place to bury the dead.
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No decision on lockdown yet
Following the escalating crisis in Brazil, President Jair Bolsonaro has stated that he does not intend to impose a lockdown to reduce sanctions. Bolsonaro said last week, “In which country in the world do people not die because of the Corona epidemic?
The death toll is likely to rise further
Miguel Lago, executive director of the Institute for Health Policy Studies in Brazil, said restarting the economy was a big mistake. He fears the death toll could rise further in the coming days. He added that mayors and governors are being prevented from drafting rules on social discrimination.
Many died due to lack of oxygen supply and medicines
In the South American country, 90 percent of ICU beds are filled with corona patients. In fact, hundreds of people have died due to lack of oxygen and medicine. So far only 3 per cent of the people in the country have been able to get both doses of vaccination. This has also increased anxiety. The situation is exacerbated by the slow pace of vaccinations.