Covid Contagion Rate in Brazil Stops Decreasing; Pandemic Still Spreading Rapidly

The contagion rate refers to the moment of infection; therefore, the impact of potential prevention measures emerges within approximately two weeks.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Contagion from the novel coronavirus in Brazil stopped declining after three continuous weeks of deceleration, according to calculations from Imperial College London, one of the leading global epidemic research institutions.

For the ninth consecutive week, the country shows a rate above 1, which means that Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?