Brazil has 831 deaths in the last 24 hours; total exceeds 139 thousand

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The National Council of Health Secretaries (Conass) and the Ministry of Health updated this Thursday (24th) the data on the situation of Covid-19 in Brazil. See the numbers from the last survey.

  • 839 bits we ltimas 24 hours;
  • 32,817 confirmed cases we ltimas 24 hours;
  • 139,808 deaths;
  • 4,657,702 confirmed cases;

Situation of the new coronavirus in Brazil – 24/09/2020. Source: Conass

On July 29, the country recorded the highest number of confirmed cases for Covid-19 in 24 hours; were 72.377 new cases.

On June 16, less than a month after reaching the milestone of a million confirmed cases of Covid-19, Brazil reaches the record of more than two million infected in the country. On July 8, the country reacheda corn of people recovered from the disease. Currently, Brazil is the second country with the most deaths registered by Covid-19, behind only the United States.

Situao no world

According to data from Johns Hopkins University, the new coronavirus has infected more than 32 million people worldwide, a milestone reached just ten months after it appeared in the Chinese city of Wuhan. The number of deaths by Covid-19 in the world exceeded 979 thousand. On the other hand, more than 21 million people have already recovered from the disease.

Regulatory impact

InteliGov, a parliamentary monitoring startup, created an automatic and parameterized monitoring website for the Union’s Official and Legislative Directories (federal, state and municipal) in times of crisis. In it, it is possible to see all Covid-19 men in the Official Directory of the Union (DOU).

A pioneer in automating the monitoring of governmental information, InteliGov uses its technology to automatically update information every hour, in the case of the DOU, and daily, regarding legislative initiatives.

All material available free of charge is divided into two categories: ‘publications in the official press’ and ‘legislative proposals’.

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