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SP has less than 3,000 hospitalized by Covid, the lowest number since April 2020


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The state of São Paulo has, this Tuesday (9), less than 3,000 people hospitalized because of Covid-19, the lowest number since April 2020, the period when the pandemic began. There are 2,935 patients, totaling 1,347 in the ICU and 1,588 in the ward, according to the state Health Department.

In a record, during the peak of the second wave, in April 2021, the state had more than 31,000 patients hospitalized for coronavirus infection – 13,023 in ICUs and 18,125 in wards.

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According to the Health Department, ICU bed occupancy rates are also among the lowest in the history of the pandemic, with 24.2% in the state in general and 30.9% in Greater São Paulo. In March, bed occupancy rates were 92.3% and 92.6%, respectively.

This Monday (8), for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic, the state did not record any deaths from coronaviruses, according to information from the Government of São Paulo.

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As on weekends the notifications of deaths are usually dammed, it is possible that the number is still changed. In any case, prior to that, notifications were never reset during the pandemic — not even on Mondays.

This Tuesday, two deaths were recorded in the state. In the capital, the last data is from Sunday (7), when three deaths were reported.


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