Check the updated numbers in Brazil:
- 1.324 deaths in the last 24 hours;
- 108.732 confirmed cases in the last 24 hours;
- 548.340 deaths;
- 19.632.443 Confirmed cases.
Data: 23/07/2021, 18h
• 108.732 not last period.
• 19.632.443 accumulated.
• 1.324 in the last period
• 548.340 accumulated deaths.
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According to data from the Ministry of Health, more than 130 million doses have been applied so far in Brazil.
Since arriving in the country, the new coronavirus has spread rapidly. On June 16, 2020, less than a month after reaching one million confirmed cases of covid-19, Brazil registered more than two million infected people. By July 8, however, one million people had already recovered from the disease. Currently, Brazil is the second country with the most deaths recorded by the covid-19, behind only the USA.Read more:
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Covid-19: situation in the world
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, the new coronavirus has infected more than 192 million people worldwide. The milestone is reached 18 months after its emergence in the Chinese city of Wuhan. The number of deaths by Covid-19 in the world has already surpassed 4 million.
InteliGov, parliamentary monitoring startup, created a automatic monitoring website the Federal Official Gazette (DOU) and the Legislative (federal, state and municipal) in times of crisis. With the tool, it is possible to check all mentions to the new coronavirus in the DOU.
Specialized in automation of government information monitoring, the startup automatically updates the information every hour, in the case of the DOU, and daily regarding the Legislative initiatives. All the material available is free and is divided into two categories: “publications in the official press” and “legislative proposals”.
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