For the 1st time in the pandemic, Brazil’s Amazonas state has no recorded Covid-19 deaths

The number of covid-19 deaths in the state of Amazonas is down since the end of February, after the record peak.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's Amazonas state has not recorded any deaths from Covid-19 on Tuesday, 6, according to data released by the local government.

It is the first time this has occurred in 16 months of the pandemic. In the period, the state has seen severe crises, such as the oxygen shortage scenario in January, with high mortality statistics.

The data for deaths caused by the disease have been falling since the end of February, after the record peak. The beginning of the year was the peak period for the disease in the region. On January 30 . . .

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