On Sunday, the Brazilian Ministry of Health announced that 38,693 new cases of Corona virus had been registered in the last 24 hours, in addition to 1,109 additional deaths.
There are now one million and 313,667,000 confirmed cases in Brazil, and 57070 deaths.
The number of Coronavirus infections worldwide exceeded 10 million, and has so far claimed about half a million lives, according to a statistic conducted by “Reuters”.
In North America, Latin America, and Europe, the injuries are about 75 percent of the total injured in the world, in almost equal proportions between the three regions, while Asia and the Middle East record about 11 and 9 percent, respectively, according to a Reuters statistic that relies on government reports.
Some countries are witnessing new mutations in the spread of infection that have prompted the authorities to partially re-impose restrictions on public isolation, in a situation experts have described as a frequent pattern in the coming months to 2021.
The death toll from the virus has so far reached more than 497,000 people, which is almost the same as the annual number of deaths from influenza.
The epidemic has now entered a new stage in which India and Brazil record more than 10,000 cases a day, placing great strain on resources.
The United States, which recorded more than 2.5 million cases, in the world’s largest toll, slowed the spread of the virus in May, but has seen a new outbreak in recent weeks in rural areas and other places the epidemic has not reached before.