RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In a text in the May 9th issue, currently available to subscribers, the scientific journal published in the United Kingdom stresses that Brazil is the country in Latin America with the most infections and deaths from the disease (125,218 cases and 8536 deaths), and says these numbers are "probably substantial underestimates".
The magazine also projects that the scenario will worsen very soon, and recalls that a recent study by London's Imperial College pointed out that Brazil is the country with the highest rate of Covid-19 transmission in the world. and that the epidemic . . .