Brazil records 3,769 new deaths by Kovid-19 and total more than 325 thousand

Brazil records 3,769 new deaths by Kovid-19 and total more than 325 thousand

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SAO PAULO (Reuters) – On Thursday, Brazil recorded 3,769 new deaths as a result of Kovid-19, representing more than 3,700 deaths for the third consecutive day and raising the number of fatal victims of the disease in the country to 325,284. According to the Ministry of Health.

Thursday’s figure is lower than the record recorded in the past two days, when Brazil has repeated the record, with 3,780 deaths on Tuesday and 3,869 on Wednesday, but as the third-largest count for a 24-hour period Begins Ubiquitous epidemic.

According to the ministry, the total number of infections in the country is 12,839,844, in addition, 91,097 new cases of coronavirus were also reported.

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