According to Imperial College, from London, the transmission rate of Covid-19 in Brazil reached the lowest rate since November 2020. This week, the transmission of coronavirus is at 0,81, while in November last year it was 0,68.

Covid-19's baud rate is measured on a 100-person basis. In other words, this week, 100 people transmitted Covid-19 to 81 others. When the index is below 1, it means that there is a stabilization trend.

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Covid-19's transmission rate in Brazil is the lowest since November 2020. Image: Free-Photos (Pixabay)

The results presented by Imperial College prove the downward trend in Covid-19 transmission in the Brazil, on August 24th, 0,99 of transmission was registered, and on September 7th the index was 0,92. 

Imperial College also made it clear that there is a margin of error for the calculation, so the index for Brazil can vary between 0,66 and 0,91. The British university also stated that, due to the size of the country, different situations can be found depending on the location.

Some regions may be experiencing an increase in disease transmission caused by COVID-2, while others may be recording a significant decline. Furthermore, the accuracy of the data also varies depending on the surveillance of each region.

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The survey projects that, this week, Brazil should register about 2.760 deaths as a result of Covid-19, a low compared to the 3.176 deaths registered in the previous week.

According to the latest bulletin from the National Council of Health Secretaries (Conass) and the Ministry of Health this Monday (13), the country recorded 215 deaths by the disease in the last 24 hours.  

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