Brazil’s average daily Covid-19 deaths drops 28% in last 30 days

The peak of deaths was recorded on April 12th (3,124). Since then, records have been showing a downward trajectory, with some occasional increases.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL -  The number of daily deaths by Covid-19 in Brazil dropped 28.3% in a month, according to the 7-day rolling average released by the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz). The data show that on May 9th, the daily average stood at 2,100 deaths, down from 2,930 on April 9th.

In 14 days, the rolling average of deaths dropped 15.8%, given that on April 25th the daily number of deaths reached 2,495.

The peak of deaths was recorded on April 12th (3,124). Since then, records have been showing a downward trajectory . . .

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