Now, according to the bulletin, there are 5 suspected cases in Rio Grande do Sul, 4 in São Paulo, one in Santa Catarina and one in Rio de Janeiro.
Since the first suspicions, 21 cases have been ruled out in Brazil.
According to Julio Henrique Rosa Croda, deputy secretary of Health Surveillance, three patients even underwent specific tests for coronavirus. The others did not even have the specific exam, since other viruses already known were identified before. Among the 21 cases already ruled out, the tests showed seven were positive for the Influenza B virus, and three positive for the Influenza A virus.