São Paulo registers collapse in 32 cities; state may restrict circulation even more

The health authorities point out that they have been unable to open beds as fast as the surge in infections and hospitalizations.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo state Health Secretary says that the state is unable to open beds as fast as Covid-19 transmission causes need for them. The government maintains all municipalities in the red phase and is discussing an increase in restrictions. The situation in the wealthiest state mirrors Brazil, which passed the mark of 2.000 deaths recorded in one day for the first time.

In a scenario in which the health systems of 32 cities in São Paulo have collapsed because of the pandemic, the state government is consideringSubscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?