São Paulo Government Says Covid Contagion Higher in December Than First Peak

The highest rolling average of cases recorded so far was 46,393 on July 27th.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo government said on Thursday, December 10th, that the chance of infection by Covid-19 is higher than at the first peak of the pandemic in July.

"From a medical standpoint, each of us has been observing a growing number of people with Covid around us. So the chance of contagion is much higher than when the first peak occurred," said José Medina, coordinator of the Covid-19 contingency center.

"So this calls for great care throughout the month of December. First we must return to the staying at home measure and we . . .

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