Saturday 28 March 2020

Brazil coronavirus death toll is 111

A growing number of Latin American nations are confirming Covid-19 infections and Covid-19 deaths. Brazil's total coronavirus death toll is 111.

Autumn is arriving in the southern hemisphere. Brazil will reduce efforts to fight environmental crimes during the coronavirus outbreak. One of the risks is that reduced protection could lead to a surge in deforestation. The coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak has resulted in fewer enforcement personnel working in the environmental protection field.

Brazil has a developing free-market economy. It is the 9th largest in the world by nominal Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Brazil's 2019 nominal GDP was R$6.826 trillion or US$1.868 trillion. The country has an estimated US$21.8 trillion worth of natural resources which includes vast amounts of gold, uranium, iron, and timber.

Read more coronavirus Covid-19 details here:

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March 25, 2020 Coronavirus: Bolsonaro downplays threat of pandemic to Brazil -

March 27, 2020 Brazil scales back environmental enforcement amid coronavirus outbreak -

March 27, 2020 Bolsonaro's anti-science response to coronavirus appals Brazil's governors -

March 25, 2020 Brazil and Mexico Are Latin America's Coronavirus Holdouts -

March 27, 2020 Brazil’s President Exempts Churches from Lockdown as COVID-19 Surges -

March 25, 2020 Why are these three presidents downplaying coronavirus warnings? -

March 26, 2020 Brazil’s governors rise up against Bolsonaro’s virus stance -

March 28, 2020 Coronavirus: Fears for indigenous tribes after doctor in Amazon tests positive -

March 27, 2020 Brazil economy minister says coronavirus salary relief could cost $9 bln -

March 28, 2020 The Coronavirus Is the Biggest Emerging Markets Crisis Ever -


March 27, 2020 Brazil soy crushers, farmers face higher road freight costs amid coronavirus -

March 28, 2020 Brazil court orders government to stop advising against virus isolation -

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1 comment:

  1. Some people are preparing for the worst case scenario.

    Brazil’s richest state is buying medical gear directly from foreign suppliers and stands ready to go to the top court if President Jair Bolsonaro orders looser quarantine measures.

    Sao Paulo has bought over 1 million testing kits from South Korea, which should arrive over the weekend, Governor Joao Doria said in an interview. The state is also using its office in Shanghai to help conduct talks to acquire protective gear and respirators from China.

    (April 3, 2020) Brazil’s Virus Hotspot Goes It Alone, Dismissing Bolsonaro