In the last 24 hours, Brazil has reported 66 deaths from covid-19, with a total of 611,384 since the beginning of the pandemic. The weekly moving average, which eliminates distortions between working days and weekends, is 255, completing 15 days below 300.
There were no records of deaths from the infection in the states of Acre, Sergipe, Roraima and Amapá. The daily data is gathered by the consortium of press vehicles, which is formed by state, G1, O Globo, Extra, Folha and UOL, in partnership with 27 state health secretariats, in a balance released at 8 pm this Monday, 15.
Newly reported cases of the disease within 24 hours were 2,835. In total, the country reached 21,958,306 cases of infection since March 2020, when they began to be counted. The moving average of cases over the past seven days is 10,618.
The balance of deaths and cases is the result of a partnership between the six media that started working, since June 8th of last year, in a collaborative way to gather the necessary information in the 26 states and the Federal District. The unprecedented initiative is a response to the Bolsonaro government’s decision to restrict access to data on the pandemic, but was maintained after government records continued to be released.
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