RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The incidence of flights and the flow of foreigners in the routine of Ceará state attracted attention, as of March 15th, to the problem that would be confirmed less than a month later: the state became the third highest in Brazil in terms of the number of cases of Covid-19, which originated in China and spread throughout the world as of February.
The gateway to the disease, Fortaleza is the Brazilian capital with the highest rate of new infections, with 34.7 per 100,000 inhabitants. There are an average of two deaths attributed to . . .