Brazilian Inland Cities Experience Second Wave of Covid-19 Transmission

In Uberlândia, which reopened its economy in late April, the turn of May to June recorded an increase of 72 percent in confirmed cases and 55 percent in deaths by Covid-19.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Cities in Brazil's inland region that have resumed economic activities in recent days or weeks are recording a sudden increase in new infections and deaths from the novel coronavirus.

It is as if a second wave of viral transmission, caused by the increased flow of people, were overlapping a first wave of infections, when the disease migrated from the capital cities to the interior.

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