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Covid. Brazil records 37 deaths in 24 hours, consortium says

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The Consortium of Press Machines, which monitors Covid data with state health departments, has reported 37 deaths from the disease in Brazil in the past 24 hours.

This Friday’s toll (21) is lower than Conass, which recorded 44 deaths during the same period. The moving average of deaths (numbers for the past seven days divided by seven) closed at 56 deaths per day, or a 33% drop.

According to press data, the total number of deaths from Covid in Brazil since the beginning of the epidemic has reached 687,581. The country reported 3,400 cases of the disease today, bringing the daily moving average of infections to 4,811, down 21% from 14 days ago. The total number of infected people reached 34,822,174.

Conass records generally 687 527 deaths and 34 780 462 confirmed cases.

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