The cumulative number of newly diagnosed cases of COVID-19 in Brazil exceeds 1.83 million
China News Agency, Sao Paulo, July 11 (Reporter Mo Chengxiong) According to data released by the Brazilian Ministry of Health at 19:00 on the 11th local time, Brazil has added 39,023 new cases of coronary heart disease diagnosed within 24 hours, with a total of 1,839,850 confirmed cases; new There were 1071 deaths and 71469 deaths; a total of 1100873 cases were cured.
As of now, the cumulative number of confirmed cases and deaths due to epidemic in Brazil rank second in the world, second only to the United States. The cumulative number of confirmed cases in São Paulo State reached 366,890, and the number of deaths increased to 17,702, both ranking first in Brazil. The State of Ceara followed, with 135,945 and 6,853 confirmed and dead cases, respectively. Rio de Janeiro State was diagnosed with 129,675 cases and 11,406 deaths, ranking third. In addition, the number of deaths in Pernambuco, Para and Amazonas reached 5,556, 5,274 and 3,023 respectively. A total of 871 deaths occurred in the federal district where the capital Brasilia is located.
July 7, local time, Brazilian President Bosonaro said in multiple local media shows that his new coronavirus test was positive.
Brazil President Michelle Bosonaro said on social media on the 11th that her new coronavirus test was negative. At present, the Brazilian President Bosonaro who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 is still being treated in isolation in the Presidential Palace "Dawn Palace". Earlier, the new coronavirus test of 13 Brazilian cabinet ministers in contact with Bosonaro was also negative. However, 108 employees in the Brazilian Presidential Palace were diagnosed with COVID-19, and 77 of them have recovered.
The Brazilian Ministry of Health has announced changes to the medical guidelines for mild patients with COVID-19. It is recommended that all patients with symptoms related to COVID-19 should seek medical treatment in a timely manner. Previously, the Brazilian Ministry of Health believed that only serious symptoms, such as dyspnea, should be recommended for medical treatment, and mild patients only need to be isolated at home. (End)