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Brazil records moving average of 1,071 daily deaths from Covid-19 | Coronavirus


The consortium of press outlets released a new survey of the situation of the coronavirus pandemic in Brazil based on data from the state health departments, consolidated at 8:00 pm on Saturday (30).

The country registered 1,196 deaths from Covid-19 in the last 24 hours, reaching the total of 223,971 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. With that, the moving average of deaths in Brazil in the last 7 days was 1,071 – the highest since July 26, when it reached 1,074. A variation was + 11% compared to the average of 14 days ago, indicating a trend towards stability in deaths from the disease.

In confirmed cases, since the beginning of the pandemic 9,175,194 Brazilians have had or have the new coronavirus, with 55,717 of those confirmed on the last day. The moving average in the last 7 days was 51,297 new diagnoses per day. This represents a -5% change in relation to cases registered in two weeks, which indicates a tendency for stability in diagnoses.

Nine states and the Federal District are high in deaths: AP, PR, GO, MT, AC, AM, PA, RO, RR.

Ceará did not release data on the number of cases and deaths of Covid-19 until 8 pm on Saturday. According to the state press office, this was due to a system update. “But as of 9 pm this Saturday, it will be available to be viewed on our platform,” he said.

  • Total deaths: 223.971
  • 24-hour death record: 1.196
  • Average new deaths in the last 7 days: 1,071 (variation in 14 days: + 11%)
  • Total confirmed cases: 9.175.194
  • Record of confirmed cases within 24 hours: 55.717
  • Average new cases in the last 7 days: 51,297 per day (variation in 14 days: -5%)
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(Before the 8 pm check-out, the consortium released a partial report at 1 pm, with 222,926 deaths and 9,130,790 confirmed cases.)

  • Up (9 states and the DF): AP, PR, GO, MT, AC, AM, PA, RO, RR
  • In stability (11 states): SC, ES, MG, RJ, SP, AL, BA, MA, PB, PI, PE
  • Falling (5 states): RS, MS, TO, RN, SE
  • Did not disclose new data: THIS

This comparison takes into account the average number of deaths in the last 7 days until the publication of this balance sheet in relation to the average recorded two weeks ago (understand the criteria used by the G1 to analyze pandemic trends).

It is worth mentioning that there are states in which the low average number of deaths can lead to large percentage variations. Moving averages data are, in general, in decimal numbers and rounded to facilitate data presentation.

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Balance of vaccination against Covid-19 in Brazil this Saturday (30) points out that 26 states and the DF vaccinated 2 million against Covid, according to data released until 8 pm.

Campaign by the media consortium highlights the importance of vaccination

States with a high number of deaths – Photo: Arte / G1

States with stable number of deaths – Photo: Arte / G1

States with declining number of deaths – Photo: Arte / G1

  • ES: -2%
  • MG: +5%
  • RJ: -6%
  • SP: -4%
  • DF: +18%
  • GO: +53%
  • MS: -19%
  • MT: +48%
  • AC: +45%
  • AM: +97%
  • AP: +26
  • PA: + 41%
  • RO: +40%
  • RR: +94%
  • TO: -27%
  • AL: +7%
  • BA: +8%
  • EC: Did not release new data
  • MA: 0%
  • PB: 0%
  • PE: -14%
  • PI: -2%
  • RN: -40%
  • SE: -31%

Consortium of press vehicles

Data on coronavirus cases and deaths in Brazil were obtained after an unprecedented partnership between G1, O Globo, Extra, O Estado de S.Paulo, Folha de S.Paulo and UOL, which started to work, since June 8, in a collaborative way to gather the necessary information in the 26 states and the Federal District (know more).




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