Brazil recorded 41 deaths from Covid-19 and 11,905 cases of the disease this Sunday (31). With this update, the country has lost 678,578 lives and 33,831,356 people infected with Sars-CoV-2 since the beginning of the pandemic.
The moving average of cases shows a reduction of 36% compared to the data of two weeks ago. It now stands at 34,615 infections a day. On the other hand, the average of deaths is stable, with a variation of less than 15%, compared to the two-week data. This Sunday (31), the average is 222 deaths per day.
The country data, collected up to 8 pm, are the result of collaboration between Sheet, UOL, O Estado de S. Paulo, Extra, O Globo and G1 to gather and disclose the numbers related to the new coronavirus pandemic. The information is compiled by the consortium of press vehicles daily with the state Health Departments.
The consortium of press vehicles stopped updating the numbers of vaccinated against Covid-19 on weekends and holidays. On business days, the data will be updated normally. The measure aims to avoid inaccuracies in the numbers provided to the reader.
The change occurs due to problems in the consolidation of vaccination data by state secretariats. Several states do not update the total number of vaccinated on weekends and holidays, and even those that do sometimes report outdated numbers, which do not correspond to reality and are usually corrected in the following days.
Chad-98Weaver, a distinguished author at NewsBulletin247, excels in the craft of article writing. With a keen eye for detail and a penchant for storytelling, Chad delivers informative and engaging content that resonates with readers across various subjects. His contributions are a testament to his dedication and expertise in the field of journalism.