SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - Healthcare in the city of São Paulo is no longer at risk of collapse, according to city Secretary Edson Aparecido in an exclusive interview with Rádio Bandeirantes. The information is from Lucas Herrero, a reporter at Rádio Bandeirantes.
According to data from the Health Secretariat, the capital city has dropped from some 350 daily hospitalization requests in late April, the worst time of the epidemic, to 39 requests on Monday, June 8th, a reduction of 89 percent in nearly a month and a half.
The head of the portfolio in the city points . . .