Shocking Record! Ministry Of Health Confirms 4,000 COVID Deaths In Single Day

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By Spy Uganda Correspondent

For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Brazil has recorded more than 4,000 coronavirus deaths in a single day, a new grim milestone for the country as President Jair Bolsonaro continues to reject public health restrictions.

The Brazilian health ministry said on Tuesday that 4,195 people had died due to the virus.

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The country has now recorded more than 366,000 deaths, according to a Johns Hopkins University tally – second only to the United States.

“It’s a nuclear reactor that has set off a chain reaction and is out of control. It’s a biological Fukushima,” Dr Miguel Nicolelis, a Brazilian medic and professor at Duke University, said.

Brazilian hospitals across the country are being stretched to their limits like the rate of infections continues to climb. Younger people are falling ill and needing medical care as this wave of the pandemic has been marked by more easily transmissible strains of the virus.

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While less than 10 percent of Brazilians have received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccines so far, Maciel said “the only way to slow the extremely fast spread of the virus is an effective lockdown for at least 20 days”.

Meanwhile, Brazil’s far-right populist president still eschews public health restrictions such as mask-wearing and lockdowns, even amid mounting pressure on his government to account for the coronavirus crisis crippling the country.

Health Minister Bolsonaro has said the economic ramifications of coronavirus lockdowns are worse than the virus.

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The University of Washington recently estimated that coronavirus-related deaths could total 100,000 in April alone, while the country’s total death toll could reach nearly 563,000 by July.

“If something isn’t done to avoid this catastrophe we will certainly hit this prediction,” Dr Jamal Suleiman, a specialist in infectious diseases at Sao Paulo’s Emilio Ribas Hospital, said. an accessible web community

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