Covid-19: Brazil records 40,149 new cases and 205 deaths in 24 hours

Covid-19: Brazil records 40,149 new cases and 205 deaths in 24 hours

State and municipal health departments recorded 40,149 new cases of covid-19 in 24 hours across the country. According to the bodies, 205 deaths from complications associated with the disease were also confirmed in the same period. Covid-19: Brazil records 40,149 new cases and 205 deaths in 24 hours

The data are in the update of the Ministry of Health released this Saturday (16). According to the folder, the Federal District, Maranhão Minas Gerais and Mato Grosso do Sul did not update the data on deaths in this bulletin. Mato Groso, Rio de Janeiro, Roraima and Tocantins have not updated any data.

With the new information, the total number of people infected with the new coronavirus during the pandemic amounts to 33,290,266.

The number of cases being monitored for covid-19 stands at 1,084,419. The term is given to designate cases reported in the last 14 days that were not discharged and did not result in death.

With today’s numbers, the total number of deaths has reached 675,295 since the beginning of the pandemic. There are still 3,206 deaths under investigation. The occurrences involve cases in which the patient died, but the investigation if the cause was covid-19 still requires additional tests and procedures.

So far, 31,530,552 people have recovered from Covid-19. The number corresponds to 94.7% of those infected since the beginning of the pandemic.

Check the updated data:

Epidemiological Bulletin

Epidemiological Bulletin – 07/16/2022/Disclosure/ Ministry of Health


The Ministry of Health’s vaccinometer panel points out that a total of 457,767,790 doses of vaccines against covid-19 have been applied in the country, since the beginning of the immunization campaign. Of these, 177.7 million as a first dose, 158.4 million as a second and 4.9 million as a single dose. The booster dose has already been given to 98 million people and the second extra dose or fourth dose to 13.6 million.

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