On Friday, Brazil’s Coronavirus toll crossed over the one million bleak milestone after reporting a new one-day surge in the number of infections recorded by Latin America’s largest country.
The health ministry said it had recorded 54,771 new infections, a jump it said was largely due to “instability” in its reporting system, which meant some states were reporting figures from multiple days.
That brought the total number of infections in Brazil to 1,032,913, with 48,954 deaths — second only to the United States worldwide.
Experts say under-testing means the real numbers are probably much higher. Despite the grim figures, the infection curve in Brazil is finally showing signs of flattening. But the country of 212 million people is one of the most worrying hotspots in the pandemic.
Since the start of June, it has registered the most new infections and deaths of any country in the world, according to an AFP count based on official figures — more than 518,000 and 19,000, respectively.
It has recorded daily death tolls of more than 1,000 on each of the past four days and is still struggling to set a strategy for dealing with the pandemic, according to Channels TV.
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