Covid-19 Expected to Peak in Brazil in July, Says Study

A study conducted by scientists at Funcional Health Tech, neither peer-reviewed nor published in a journal, shows that the country will have more than 1.7 million people infected next month.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A study by scientists at Funcional Health Tech, an independent health-related network that collects health-related data from across the country, showed that the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic in Brazil will be on July 6th.

According to these projections, by then the country will have over 1.7 million people infected. If confirmed cases in the United States, the current epicenter of the disease, stop growing, the projection could easily bring Brazil closer to the unfavorable position as the country with the most infections in the world.

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