Oxford Researchers Project 478,000 Covid-19 Deaths in Brazil

The headline above may be news to you and virtually all Brazilians, who still find it difficult to understand the Covid-19 pandemic and its spread patterns. For the scientific community, it is not.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The estimate is based on a preliminary study published by researchers from Oxford University, England, on March 14th.

Several scientific websites have reproduced it. To preserve the required authenticity, to the detriment of aesthetics and in the name of absolute transparency, follow the link where it was first published on the internet (in English).

In the abstract the authors write:

Governments around the world must rapidly mobilize and make difficult policy decisions to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Because deaths have . . .

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