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The Amazonas Nurse of Manaus Brazil

President Jair Bolsonaro has been downplaying the threat of the virus for weeks and Indigenous peoples in the Amazonas state in Brazil are particularly at risk and you are now forced to help yourself.

The only 50 intensive care beds in the metropolis of Manaus, which has a population of 1.7 million, have been occupied for weeks. Mass graves were dug in the cemeteries and every day, around a hundred people are buried in the capital of the Brazilian state of Amazonas.

Brazil Coronavirus Report
676,494
Confirmed
30,488
Confirmed (24h)
36,044
Deaths
997
Deaths (24h)
5.3%
Deaths (%)
302,084
Recovered
0
Recovered (24h)
44.7%
Recovered (%)
338,366
Active
50.0%
Active (%)

The city’s health system has collapsed, the dead are stored in refrigerated containers or are being picked up by volunteer undertakers – urban services have long ceased to be in control of the situation and the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro ignores the plight of the Brazlians.

 

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Brazil’s Opposition Party wants Bolsonaro to be impeached

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The pressure on right-wing extremist President Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil increases because of his handling of the Coron crisis. Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva accused the incumbent of criminal acts and demanded his impeachment. “There are 35 requests for impeachment in Congress,” Lula said in an interview with CNN.

Brazil Coronavirus Report
676,494
Confirmed
30,488
Confirmed (24h)
36,044
Deaths
997
Deaths (24h)
5.3%
Deaths (%)
302,084
Recovered
0
Recovered (24h)
44.7%
Recovered (%)
338,366
Active
50.0%
Active (%)

The left-wing politician Lula accused Bolsonaro of irresponsibility in dealing with the corona pandemic. Brazil is the worst hit by the pandemic after the United States and officially, more than 30,000 people have died as a result of Covid-19..

The conservative President of Parliament Rodrigo Maia did not allow any of the applications for impeachment to be discussed and was  criticized. Bolsonaro had publicly referred to the pandemic as a “little flu”. He opposes the ban on assembly and quarantine measures imposed by state governors. At the same time, the Supreme Court has launched investigations into Bolsonaro for possible interference with the judiciary system.

The Brazilian constitution sets high hurdles for impeachment and the Brazilian House of Representatives and the Senate must vote in the majority to initiate impeachment proceedings againt Bolsonaro.

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Open letter to Bolsonaro – Stars call for protection for Brazil’s indigenous people

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Supported by stars such as Paul McCartney, Meryl Streep, Madonna, Richard Gere and Brad Pitt, award-winning photojournalist Sebastião Salgado has asked Brazil’s head of state Jair Bolsonaro to protect the country’s natives from the corona pandemic. “With the advent of the Covid-19 pandemic, Brazil’s indigenous peoples face a serious threat to their own survival,” wrote Salgado in an open letter.

President Bolsonaro must therefore take “urgent measures” to protect the indigenous people, demanded Salgado and his colleagues. The renowned Brazilian photojournalist also received support for his request through a petition that, according to the online platform, has already been signed by over 144,000 people. German directors Werner Herzog and Wim Wenders are listed as supporters of Salgados.

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In his open letter , the 76-year-old recalled the injustice that had happened to indigenous people in the past. “Five centuries ago, these ethnic groups were decimated by diseases introduced by European settlers,” wrote Salgado. With the spreading of the new corona virus, the indigenous people of the Amazonas region could “disappear completely because they have no means to fight against Covid-19”.

More than 500 dead in the Amazon

Bolsonaro should now place the indigenous people before economic interests and “guarantee their protection,” said Salgado in a video in which his prominent colleagues can also be seen. “Brazil owes it to its first residents and it is time to do what should have been done a long time ago.”

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Florianopolis Coronavirus Covid-19 Travel Update

Florianópolis (“Floripa” for short) is a coastal city in southern Brazil, the capital of the state of Santa Catarina. Most of the city’s area consists of the island of Santa Catarina, connected to the mainland by two bridges, and only a small part of the island can really be called urban—the rest is full of […]

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Florianópolis (“Floripa” for short) is a coastal city in southern Brazil, the capital of the state of Santa Catarina. Most of the city’s area consists of the island of Santa Catarina, connected to the mainland by two bridges, and only a small part of the island can really be called urban—the rest is full of gorgeous beaches and nature, including a large lagoon. Though famous for its beaches, Floripa also has great hikes and beautiful forested mountains. Here you can enjoy the outgoing culture and natural beauty of coastal Brazil in a less dangerous place than Rio de Janeiro, Fortaleza, or Recife.

Florianópolis gets busy in the summer, when its population of about 500,000 swells with tourists (both domestic and foreign) to 1.5 million. Naturally, this causes lots of traffic and generally strains the local infrastructure, so it’s better to come in the off-season if you can. Make sure to visit when the weather is nice so you can enjoy all the outdoor activities.

Understand

Florianopolis is on an island of 424.4 km² (54 km by 18 km) (= 163.9 mi²) in the Atlantic Ocean, and a small peninsula of 1210 km² on the mainland of southern Brazil between latitude 27° 20′ and 27° 51′ south and between longitude 48° 20′ and 48° 35′ west. Three bridges link the island to the continent, but as of 2014 the Hercílio Luz Bridge, a landmark of the city, is closed for repairs. It is possible it will open for pedestrians and cyclists.

Florianopolis has become a popular destination in Brazil for people who are looking for superb beaches, beautiful scenery, interesting culture and friendly people. It has also experienced a real estate boom, with Brazilians looking for a better quality of life away from the chaos of the big cities, especially from the states of São Paulo and Rio Grande do Sul. The City proper has an estimated population of 420,000 people. The Greater Florianopolis Metro area is home to about 1 million people.

The northern beach resorts Jurerê, Daniela, Canasvieiras, Brava and Ingleses get very busy during the summer and there are plenty of hotels, restaurants and other conveniences for the tourist. Eastern beaches, like Joaquina, Mole and Moçambique are among the best surfing beaches and popular with young people. Beaches heading south include Campeche, Armação and Morro das Pedras, which are all very beautiful and also good for surfing. Isolated and unspoilt beaches, like Lagoinha do Leste and Naufragados, can be found at the southern end of the island and can only be reached only by trail. Lagoa da Conceição is a famous natural attraction, and the centerpiece of the island; it is relatively shallow, with high winds making it a world-class location for windsurfing. Peri Lagoon is quieter, on the other hand, and great for nature walks.

The city of Florianopolis is quite modern, with large shopping malls, chain and high-end restaurants and many bars and nightclubs. The highway system serving the city is very good, though traffic can get bad in the tourist season.

The island is known as “Ilha da Magia” or Magic Island, probably because of its incredible natural beauty, more than 100 beaches with 42 being well known, rocks, mountains, lakes, lagoons, waterfalls, bays, inlets, rich houses and buildings and young population and visitors. Florianópolis is also known for its high standards of living since it is located in the rich area of Brazil. Since the attraction is also heat, the best months to visit the island are December–March. The winter in South Brazil might be cooler than tourists expect.

Get in

By plane

  • -27.670278-48.55251 Hercílio Luz International Airport – Av. Diomício Freitas, 3393. +55 48 3331-4000 (fax:( +55 48) 3331-4111). 12 km from the city center. Connected to the city by local bus lines or taxi.
  • The Brazilian airline LATAM provides international and domestic services to Florianópolis. Flights are available from JFK International (NYC), Miami, Madrid, London, Frankfurt, Milan, Paris and main cities in South America. Most of the flights require a connection in São Paulo.
  • Airlines Gol, Avianca and Azul operate domestic flights to the city. Gol also operates destinations in South America, like Buenos Aires, Montevideo and Santiago.
  • Summer months (December through March) several daily charter flights arrive from Argentina and Chile.

By bus

Destinations include:

  • São Paulo – Many early morning and late afternoon connections for around R$125, 12 hr.
  • Foz do Iguaçu – The night trip takes around 12-14 hr. There are several late afternoon/evening connections for R$180-350. Instead of the expensive leito bus, you might just opt for a flight, which costs the same.
  • Ciudad del Este – Two daily connections. From Ciudad del Este at 15:30 and 17:00, 14-15 hr, GS.270,000.

By car

  • You should use the Route BR-101 (cross Brazil from north to south), the entrance to Florianopolis will be at km 206. From there read the signs and get the express route BR-282 which leads to Florianopolis.

Get around

From the city center, dozens of buses go to all the beaches on the island. The bus system has drawbacks since transfers are necessary at regional terminals to get around. The cost for riding the buses is R$3–5, and it takes about 35-60 minutes to get from the city center to the beaches. Additionally, there is an air-conditioned yellow bus (Linhas Executivas) that goes direct to downtown from the main beaches for R$4.50. A car is recommended to explore all the beaches and places of interest. There are car rentals on the island and at the airport. Renting can be expensive (R$120/day with A/C), but can be worthwhile as it makes exploring the island more convenient. During the high season traffic can be intense, and could easily take 2 hours to get to the beach from the city center.

See

  • -27.595556-48.5486111 Cruz e Sousa Palace. Near Praça XV de Novembro. It was built in the 18th century to be the residence and office of Santa Catarina’s Governor. Later, it was rededicated in honor of the symbolist poet Cruz e Sousa.
  • -27.596407-48.5493012 Catedral Metropolitana. One of the most beautiful buildings in the city, at Praça XV de Novembro.
  • -27.597386-48.5526433 Municipal Market, R. Jerônimo Coelho, 60, . The former city market place, this market on Largo da Alfândega still holds some interesting sights.
  • -27.5935-48.56494 Hercílio Luz Bridge. The postcard symbol of the city, inaugurated in 1926 linking the island to the mainland.
  • -27.597147-48.4530145 Lagoa da Conceição. A large beautiful lake in the center of the island. (updated Sep 2017)
  • -27.718257-48.5632866 Ribeirão da Ilha. 36 km from the center, this old district of Florianopolis is a testament to Azorean immigration. Its historic center, in Frequesia, has a plaza which contains the Igreja Nossa Senhora da Lapa do Ribeirão  (church), and the  which houses documents and relics from the region’s history.
  • Anhatomirim Island and its Fortaleza de Santa Cruz
  • -27.595681-48.5483347 Teatro Álvaro de Carvalho, rua Marechal Guilherme, 26 (near the Catedral Metropolitana), . In the center of the city, the Municipal Theater is an example of 1870s local architecture.
  • Teatro Ademir Rosa (Teatro do CIC), Av. Irineu Bornhausen, 5600, .
  • Velha Figueira. This more than 100-year-old tree in Praça XV de Novembro is honored in the official municipal hymn of Florianopolis.
  • Forts – Constructed as early as 1739, the forts served to protect the city from possible Spanish attacks.
    • Fortaleza de Nossa Senhora da Conceição (1742)
    • Fortaleza de Santo Antônio (1740)
    • Fortaleza Santana (1761)
    • Fortaleza São José da Ponta Grossa (1740)
  • -27.5075-48.51978 Santo Antônio de Lisboa. Quite nice little town on the calm west coast of the island. Multiple restaurants are directly at the waterfront. Also it is nice walk along the water heading toards Sambaqui.
  • -27.572002-48.4276859 Projeto Tamar, Rua Professor Ademir Francisco, ✉ tamarsul@tamar.org.br. 09:30–17:30 daily. Sea turtle conservation center and museum. The captive turtles in tanks, which are being kept to educate visitors and not to be released into the wild, are kind of sad. But the museum has lots of interesting information in Portuguese and English about sea turtles and conservation, including a 12-minute video. Founded in 2005, it is the most visited museum in the south of Brazil. Money spent for admission and at the gift shop goes to fund research, conservation, and turtle rescue. R$15; half-price for students, teachers, and seniors; free for children under 1.2 meters. (updated Sep 2017)
  • -27.608911-48.45749310 Dunes. A huge area of sand dunes stretching north from Praia da Joaquina and south from the area across the bridge to the east of the Lagoa da Conceição neighborhood. Yes, it’s a popular spot for sandboarding, but it’s also cool just to wander around and see the natural sand formations and the way the dunes slowly shift with the wind. (updated Sep 2017)

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Cavalcante Coronavirus Covid-19 Travel Update to Goiás Central Brazil

Cavalcante is a city in Goiás, Brazil. Understand With around 10.000 inhabitants, Cavalcante lies 320 km north of Brasilia, on the north side of the national park Chapada dos Veadeiros. It is an area with some tremendous hiking trails and waterfalls. Cavalcante also surrounds the Kalunga Historical Site, where descendents of slaves, called Kalunga, are […]

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Cavalcante is a city in Goiás, Brazil.

Understand

With around 10.000 inhabitants, Cavalcante lies 320 km north of Brasilia, on the north side of the national park Chapada dos Veadeiros. It is an area with some tremendous hiking trails and waterfalls. Cavalcante also surrounds the Kalunga Historical Site, where descendents of slaves, called Kalunga, are still living to this day with little contact with the modern world.

Brazil Covid-19 Situation Report
676,494
Confirmed
30,488
Confirmed (24h)
36,044
Deaths
997
Deaths (24h)
5.3%
Deaths (%)
302,084
Recovered
0
Recovered (24h)
338,366
Active

Get in

By bus

In Brasilia, Empresa Santo Antonio (ESA) provides two daily lines to Cavalcante. Leaves 7:15h and 15:15h from Rodoferroviaria station. Tickets at R$ 45,15. Tel. +55 61 3233-7619 +55 61 3328-0834. It’s a slow 6-hours ride.

Travel to Cavalcante by car

To get to Cavalcante you need to go first to Brasilia. From there, take road BR-020 and drive 34 km, turn left at DF-345 to ride 10.5 km more, continue on BR-010 for 225 km. Finally, turn left at GO-241 for the last 21 km.

Get around

Cavalcante is a little city and you can easily get around on foot or by bike. But the best way to the waterfalls is by car.

Sightseeing in Cavalcante

A guide is highly recommended to visit the attractions listed here because most of them are in remote locations and without mobile phone network coverage. Use your discretion! Guides are available at the Tourist Information Center. Tel +55 62 3494-1507. The guides are also available to provide camping support like helping with tents and cooking.

  • Ponte de Pedra (Rock Bridge). The Bridge is a rock structure made by erodion caused by the São Domingos river. It’s accessible through the Renascer farm, 12km from the city center. The trail to the Bridge is not difficult nor ridiculously long, but it can be fairly taxing sometimes. So you are advised to save your energy and to not go jumping around like a bear on Gummiberry juice. You can refresh yourself before going up to the Bridge by swimming in the pond of the Renascer waterfall and in the lake just below the Bridge. From the Bridge, you can climb a little bit more to see the Rio Claro valley. You can even ask the guide to wait for the sunset on the top of the mountain (in that case, bring flashlights because you will come back in the dark). You can also do a longer trekking around the area of the Bridge, where you can visit the 7 Quedas (seven falls) and the Buraco da Jandaia (Jandaia’s hole). Ask your guide for more details. R$ 5.
  • Santa Bárbara Waterfall, Engenho II settlement. One of the most beautiful waterfalls in the area. It’s reached by going into the Kalunga settlement Engenho II, 25 km from the city center. From there, it’s an easy 5 km trail through flat dirt terrain, hills and flower fields. You can hire guides directly at the settlement. For the best swimming and photographing experience, you should go early in the morning and stay until 15h.
  • Cachoeiras do Prata (Waterfalls of the Prata river), Estrada Cavalcante-Minaçu, km 60 (take the road to Minaçu and follow the signs. Watch out for the dirt road and the heavy trucks.). The entrance to these waterfalls is 63km from the town center. It’s actually a place where you can see 9 waterfalls. The biggest (and furthest) ones are the Rei do Prata (King of Prata) and the Urubu Rei (King Vulture), right after the former. The King is about 7 km away from the property entrance and it can be reached through a fairly easy trail. You just need time and patience to get there. If you have a 4WD car, you can drive to a bit more than 1/3 of the distance to the waterfall. You can also camp nearby the waterfalls and at the entrance. For the best experience, you should spend 2 days there. 1 day for the King and the second one to get back and enjoy the other waterfalls. R$ 5.

What to do in Cavalcante

Most of the Waterfalls will provide you a hiking experience with easy, moderate or difficult trails. Some of them can also be visited by mountain bike.

  • Visit the Kalunga communities – The Kalunga People are the descendents of escaped slaves who lived in isolated communities without contact with the outside world until fairly recently. They have a number of interesting traditions that they have carried on for centuries. They are noted for their festivals and their hospitality.

Shopping in Cavalcante

There’s a small selection of local handcrafted products. Nothing special. Ask the guides at the information center.

Where to eat in Cavalcante

  • Pizza Roots, Rua Eujácio de Souza Qd 20 (Near the exit road to Colinas do Sul), , ✉ pizzaroots@hotmail.com. thu-mon 19h til 24h. Great pizza made on wood oven. Big selection of toppings and good ambience.
  • Amor a Gaia Bistro, Road to Colinas do Sul, km 0, . only by request/reservation. Vegetarian menu
  • Max Restaurante, Rua do Dendê, 49, Centro, . Open everyday for lunch and dinner.
  • Flor do Cerrado, Praça Diogo Teles Cavalcante, Qd. 11, Lt 88, . 8h – 22h.
  • Aluar Café, Rua Pedro Pinto 87 – centro, . somente em feriados.
  • Creperia Pouso de Folia, Praça Diogo Teles, Centro, , ✉ jrasta25@yahoo.com.br.
  • Dona Joana, Rua do Dendê n 68 Centro, . lunch and dinner.
  • Restaurante Kalunga, Rua José Paulino da Silva Qd. 26 Lt. 211, . by reservation only.
  • Restaurante da Rosa, Avenida Tiradentes Quadra 29 lt 264 (Rosa Maria), . lunch and dinner.
  • Pizzaria do Guia, Avenida Tiradentes, Centro, .

Drink

  • Cervejaria Artesanal Aracê (Craft brewer Aracê), Rua do Rosario Qd 23 Lt 182, , ✉ cerveja.arace@gmail.com. Aracê is a lager craft beer brewed by Monolo and Soledad, a Chilean couple who happens to live in Cavalcante. Production is limited but is usually available bottled in the restaurants or directly in the brewery on tap.

Where to stay in Cavalcante

Budget

  • Camping Estância Solar, Estrada Colinas do Sul km 1, . 3 rooms and camping space (capac. 50 tents – 80 persons) with showers, lighting, power outlets and tent rentals. TV room, parking and leisure area.
  • Camping Toca do Katitu, r. 219, Q 25, L 04 Vila Morro Encantado, , ✉ contato@campingtocadokatitu.com. Inside an agroforest, has lots of shade for tents, communitary kitchen, and showers. R$10,00.
  • Camping Soluar (8 km from Cavalcante, after Rio Almas), . lots of shade, parking and a stream going nearby.
  • Hotel Casa Verde, Rua 3, Qd 43- Lt 482 Centro, , ✉ souzacasaverde@hotmail.com. 7 rooms with tv and fan, 10 rooms with fan, and shared bathrooms. TV and video room, parking and laundry facilities.
  • Hotel Pioneiro, Praça Diogo Teles Cavalcante nº 84 Centro, . Urban hotel with 12 apartments in the city’s central square, breakfast, some rooms have a fan and TV.
  • Hotel FM, Rua Lourenço Costa Ferreira Q.06 L.66 Nº 196 Centro, , ✉ hotelfm@hotmail.com. It has 10 bedrooms, TV / video room and restaurant.

Mid-range

  • Casa Temporada, rua 19, Qd.86, Lt.994 Centro, . Nice houses, on grounds close to running water, for rent. Consult.
  • Pousada Chalés do Lago, Rua José Paulino Silva, Qd 26- Lt 211 Centro, . The manager is a Kalunga woman and also a guide.
  • Pousada Morro Encantado, Rua João Guilhermino Magalhães, Qd. 27, Lt. 230, , fax: +55 62 3494-1225, ✉ cavalcante@pousadamorroencantado.com.br. At city center. 16 rooms with fridge, ceiling fan, TV and quality towels and sheets.
  • Pousada Vale das Araras, Cavalcante – Colinas do Sul road, km 3, , ✉ reservas@valedasararas.com.br. Check-in: 14h, check-out: meio dia. Nice country lodge, close to St. Bart river. A partir de R$ 110,00.
  • Pousada Caiana, Estrada para Colinas do Sul Km 4, . Offers bungalows made of typical Kalunga craftsmanship, adobe and straw. Located in a beautiful site, at the São Bartolomeu riverbank. singles from R$ 80,00.
  • Pousada Manacá, Travessa 4- Qd 27- Lt 222 Centro, , ✉ contato@pousadamanaca.tur.br. 2 cottages and 3 rooms. Cottages have TV and frigobar. The pousada has bar, restaurant and souvenir shop.
  • Pousada Veredas, road to Colinas do Sul, Km 5, . 17rooms with fan, frigobar and tv, 4 romm house available for rent,camping space (capac. 50 tents – 200 persons) with toilets and showers. Bar, restaurant, tv / vídeo room, games room, pool and grill. 7 waterfalls, treks, jeep for rent, horses and rappelling canyon inside the property.
  • Pousada Recanto da Mata, Rodovia GO-242- km 2, , ✉ beto_buchmann@hotmail.com. 4 cottages and 2 rooms with fan and TV.
  • Pousada Aruana, R. Marcia Cristina s/n, . 12 suites in 3 cottages. Organic breakfast. Library, fireplace, small shop, camping space, outdoor showers, campfire space, WiFi and rocky landscapes.
  • Pousada Sol da Chapada, rua Borba Gato Qd. 26 Lt 218, . Inside city.
  • Pousada Reserva Renascer, Estrada Cavalcante – Colinas do Sul, km 09, , ✉ reservas@reservarenascer.com. 4 rooms, parking, pool, leisure area
  • Fazenda Hotel Bananal, Rodovia Cavalcante-Minaçu, Km 9, , fax: +55 62 9683-6801. 3 cottages, 2 apartments, 2 rooms and camping space (capac. 50 tents – 150 persons) with toilets and showers. TV/Video room, laundry, parking, restaurant, coal grill and leisure area. Horsew riding, river and waterfalls.
  • Pousada Vila dos Ipês, Rua 19 Qd. 86 lt. 991-992 Cavalcantinho, . Away from center. 4 rooms with tv, frigobar and fan.
  • Pousada Ecotents, .
  • Tapuio Park Hotel, Rodovia Cavalcante/Colinas km 2, . Hotel Fazenda. Six suites, each with approx. 60 m2, enclosed furniture, plasma TVs, split air-con, very recently renovated. External gardens, walking track, nice views to notable landmarks: Morro da Cruz, Serra Boa Vista and Serra Santana. Walking distance to Cachoeira de S.Bartolomeu; Pomar; Terrain has 45.000 m2 at only 1.8 km from center, optional breakfast.

Go next

  • Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park
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Confirmed
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Confirmed (24h)
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Deaths
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Deaths (24h)
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Deaths (%)
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Recovered (24h)
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Recovered (%)
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Brazil Coronavirus Covid-19 Stats & Update

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Brazil Coronavirus Covid-19 Stats & Update

According to the Government in Brazil, Brazil has confirmed 30,488 new Covid-19 infections within Brazil in the last 24 hours and furthermore 997 deaths have been reported throughout Brazil. With the new deaths of 997, Brazil now has a total of 676,494 Coronavirus/Covid-19 infections and the official death rate reported by the government of Brazil is 5.3%. 36,044 died in Brazil.

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676,494
Confirmed
36,044
Deaths
997
Deaths (24h)
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Deaths (%)
302,084
Recovered
0
Recovered (24h)
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Recovered (%)
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Brazil Coronavirus Covid-19 Stats

Statistics: BR

  • Infected: 614,941
  • Recovered: 254,963
  • Deaths: 34,021
  • Updated: 2020/06/06 17:33

Brazil Coronavirus Covid-19 Daily Stats

DateConfirmedConfirmed (24h)DeathsDeaths (24h)Active
February 26, 20201+1001
February 27, 202010001
February 28, 202010001
February 29, 20202+1002
March 1, 202020002
March 2, 202020002
March 3, 202020002
March 4, 20204+2004
March 5, 202040004
March 6, 202013+90013
March 7, 20201300013
March 8, 202020+70020
March 9, 202025+50025
March 10, 202031+60031
March 11, 202038+70038
March 12, 202052+140052
March 13, 2020151+9900151
March 14, 2020151000151
March 15, 2020200+4900200
March 16, 2020234+3400233
March 17, 2020346+1121+1343
March 18, 2020529+1834+3523
March 19, 2020647+1187+3638
March 20, 2020970+32311+4957
March 21, 20201,178+20818+71,158
March 22, 20201,593+41525+71,566
March 23, 20201,924+33134+91,888
March 24, 20202,247+32346+122,199
March 25, 20202,554+30759+132,493
March 26, 20202,985+43177+182,902
March 27, 20203,417+43292+153,319
March 28, 20203,904+487114+223,784
March 29, 20204,256+352136+224,114
March 30, 20204,630+374163+274,347
March 31, 20205,717+1,087201+385,389
April 1, 20206,836+1,119240+396,469
April 2, 20208,044+1,208324+847,593
April 3, 20209,194+1,150363+398,704
April 4, 202010,360+1,166445+829,788
April 5, 202011,254+894486+4110,641
April 6, 202012,183+929564+7811,492
April 7, 202014,037+1,854687+12313,223
April 8, 202016,188+2,151820+13315,241
April 9, 202018,145+1,957954+13417,018
April 10, 202019,789+1,6441,068+11418,548
April 11, 202020,962+1,1731,140+7219,649
April 12, 202022,192+1,2301,223+8320,796
April 13, 202023,723+1,5311,355+13222,195
April 14, 202025,262+1,5391,532+17720,684
April 15, 202028,610+3,3481,757+22512,827
April 16, 202030,425+1,8151,924+16714,475
April 17, 202033,682+3,2572,141+21717,515
April 18, 202036,722+3,0402,361+22020,335
April 19, 202038,654+1,9322,462+10114,062
April 20, 202040,743+2,0892,845+38315,768
April 21, 202043,079+2,3362,845015,909
April 22, 202045,757+2,6782,906+6117,533
April 23, 202049,492+3,7353,313+40719,606
April 24, 202052,995+3,5033,670+35721,670
April 25, 202059,324+6,3294,057+38726,107
April 26, 202062,859+3,5354,271+21428,436
April 27, 202066,501+3,6424,543+27230,816
April 28, 202073,235+6,7345,083+54035,608
April 29, 202079,685+6,4505,513+43040,040
April 30, 202087,187+7,5026,006+49345,246
May 1, 202092,109+4,9226,410+40447,660
May 2, 202096,559+4,4506,750+34048,836
May 3, 2020101,826+5,2677,051+30151,784
May 4, 2020108,266+6,4407,343+29255,108
May 5, 2020115,455+7,1897,938+59559,296
May 6, 2020126,611+11,1568,588+65066,653
May 7, 2020135,693+9,0829,188+60071,155
May 8, 2020146,894+11,20110,017+82977,580
May 9, 2020156,061+9,16710,656+63983,720
May 10, 2020162,699+6,63811,123+46786,619
May 11, 2020169,594+6,89511,653+53089,633
May 12, 2020177,602+8,00812,404+75192,601
May 13, 2020190,137+12,53513,240+83698,473
May 14, 2020202,918+12,78113,993+753109,446
May 15, 2020220,291+17,37314,962+969120,359
May 16, 2020233,511+13,22015,662+700128,177
May 17, 2020241,080+7,56916,118+456130,840
May 18, 2020255,368+14,28816,856+738138,053
May 19, 2020271,885+16,51717,983+1,127147,108
May 20, 2020293,357+21,47218,894+911157,780
May 21, 2020310,921+17,56420,082+1,188164,879
May 22, 2020332,382+21,46121,116+1,034175,836
May 23, 2020347,398+15,01622,013+897182,798
May 24, 2020363,618+16,22022,716+703190,991
May 25, 2020376,669+13,05123,522+806199,314
May 26, 2020394,507+17,83824,593+1,071211,321
May 27, 2020414,661+20,15425,697+1,104222,317
May 28, 2020438,812+24,15126,991+1,294218,640
May 29, 2020468,338+29,52627,944+953247,213
May 30, 2020499,966+31,62828,849+905265,746
May 31, 2020514,992+15,02629,341+492279,096
June 1, 2020529,405+14,41330,046+705288,279
June 2, 2020558,237+28,83231,309+1,263273,358
June 3, 2020584,562+26,32532,568+1,259285,862
June 4, 2020615,870+31,30834,039+1,471306,834
June 5, 2020646,006+30,13635,047+1,008308,875
June 6, 2020673,587+27,58135,957+910335,546

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