Covid-19: What Can Brazil Learn from Recent Infection Surges in Europe?

According to a study by ETH Zurich University and the University of Basel, four out of every five new Covid-19 cases in the United Kingdom have occurred as a result of a mutation in the virus strain.

RIO DE JANEIRO,  BRAZIL  - In mid-September, when its summer was coming to an end, Europe began to register an increase in the number of new daily Covid-19 cases.

This increase intensified dramatically in October. To contain the rapid resurgence of the virus and to prevent the overburden of healthcare systems, several countries decided to implement more restrictive measures.

Some of them, like England, actually implemented a new lockdown. Others, like Greece, established partial lockdowns or curfews, in the case of Austria.

However, this time authorities are favoring keeping schools and some economic activities open. The opposite scenario is . . .

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