Brazil, 2 million people vaccinated against coronavirus… 1% of the total population

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Brazil’s new coronavirus infection (Corona 19) vaccination has exceeded 2 million, but it is still only 1% of the total population.

According to the Brazilian media on the 31st (local time), as a result of a summary of the status of 27 states across the country, it was found that about 22,000 people had been vaccinated against Corona 19 by the day before.

This is 0.95% of the total population of 211.8 million people, and 1.24% of the population over the age of 18, and it is pointed out that the vaccination rate is slow considering the corona 19 re-spread tax.

In Brazil, vaccinations by Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinobag and British pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca have been in progress since the 17th.

The Ministry of Health’s National Hygiene Monitoring Bureau (Anvisa) approved the emergency use of 6 million doses of the Synovac vaccine on the 17th, and approved an additional 4.8 million doses on the 22nd.

The National Hygiene and Surveillance Bureau approved the emergency use of 2 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, but due to delayed importation, it has been supplied to each region from the 23rd, and vaccination is being performed.

On the other hand, based on the data from the Ministry of Health, the cumulative confirmed cases up to the previous day were 9,176,975, and the cumulative death was 223,000,945.

The number of deaths per day exceeded 1,000 for the fifth day from the 26th to the previous day.

Until the day before, the average daily death toll in the last week was 1,71, an 11% increase from the previous week.

This is the largest in six months since July 26 (1,74) last year.

The average number of confirmed cases per day for a week was 51,297, down 5% compared to the previous week.

(Yonhap News/Photo = Getty Image Korea)




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