RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil has the highest number of Covid-19 infections among 48 countries analyzed by the Imperial College of London (ICL).
The indicator, also known as 'R', shows how many other people are infected with the disease by each infected person.
The higher the 'R', the faster the spread, and the greater risk of a potential overload on the health system.
In the week that started on Monday, April 26th, the 'R' in Brazil stood at 2.81: that is, each infected person passes the disease on to almost 3 people, according to the estimates of the . . .