RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil is a country of continental proportions and with great social inequalities. That is why it is also facing different realities when it comes to the rate of infections and deaths from the coronavirus, as Bradesco BBI highlights.
In a report, the team of analysts led by Fred Mendes points out that between the "two Brazils", one is similar to Spain (with a higher rate of infections and deaths), while the other Brazil is similar to Asian countries (with a more controlled spread).
Accordingly, the pandemic needs to be perceived at a regional level in order . . .