Brazil’s capitals with over 90% ICU occupancy drops to 10, from 22

There were 16 capitals, along with the Federal District, with ICU capacity at critical levels last week. In early April, this number reached 22 of the 27 cities.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - There were 16 capitals, along with the Federal District, with ICU capacity at critical levels last week. In early April, this number reached 22 of the 27 cities.

After a rise in demand, the new severe cases of coronavirus are starting to show clearer signs of slowing down in the country: this week, the total of Brazilian capitals with over 90% of public beds occupied with Covid-19 patients fell to 10 last Monday, May 3rd, according to a survey conducted by the newspaper Folha de S.Paulo with state governments.

There were 16 capitals, along . . .

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