Ceará state is home to 7 of the 50 Brazilian cities at higher risk of pregnant women contracting Covid

This information is contained in a scientific article written under the direction of researchers from the Federal University of Sergipe (UFS) and published this month in the journal 'The Lancet'.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Among the 50 Brazilian cities with the highest risk of infection with Covid-19 in pregnant and postpartum women, seven are located in Ceará. They are: Cariré, Coreaú, Forquilha, Moraújo, Reriutaba, Sobral and Uruoca.

This information is contained in a scientific article written under the direction of researchers from the Federal University of Sergipe (UFS) and published this month in the journal 'The Lancet'. The survey recorded cases and deaths caused by the disease in Brazil's obstetric population during 16 months.

Statistical methods were used to identify the 50 municipalities in Brazil where Covid . . .

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