There is a high chance of a national collapse of Brazil´s hospital system, says scientist

In an interview to the O Globo newspaper, Miguel Nicolelis, MD, neuroscientist and professor at Duke University, in the United States, advocated the need for a 21-day national lockdown.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The worsening of the covid-19 pandemic is causing the hospital systems in several states to collapse, from north to south of Brazil, said Miguel Nicolelis.

The worsening of the covid-19 pandemic is causing the collapse of hospital systems in several states, from north to south of the country, according to Miguel Nicolelis, MD, neuroscientist and professor at Duke University, in the United States. In an interview to the O Globo newspaper, he advocated the need for a 21-day national lockdown.

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