According to Johns Hopkins University data, last month Kovid-19 has killed 77,515 people across Brazil, and more than 2 million new cases have been diagnosed. According to data from state health secretaries, all three of Brazil’s 27 states and federal district are currently seeing intensive care unit occupancy rates of 80% or more.
Both Coronavac and AstraZeneca vaccines, depending on which country, require two doses. The Ministry of Health has not provided any reason why some Brazilians have failed to receive their second dose. However local media have raised issues of confusion or misunderstanding among the public about the importance of the second dose, and the difficulties that low-income Brazilians face in accessing vaccination centers.
In public statements last week, Bolsonaro vowed not to accept a national lockdown strategy to stop coronaviruses, despite calls by the United Nations and respected Brazilian medical research center Firócruz to do so. He seemed unfazed by the country’s drowning death toll and rising cases, which he saw as “spilled milk” during an April 7 event in the southern Brazilian city of Foz do Iguacu.
“We are not going to cry with milk. We are still facing an epidemic, which is not being used politically to defeat the virus but to overthrow the president. What is happening in Brazil We are all responsible for that. “Bolsonaro said.” Which country in the world has not seen death? Unfortunately, people die everywhere. “