Monday, 15 June 2020

Brazil's Coronavirus Death Toll: 2nd Highest in the World



Brazil's large coronavirus death toll is now the world's second highest. Brazil's Coronavirus Covid-19 death toll certainly overtook Britain's on Friday to become the second highest in the world. However, the World Health Organization (WHO) said that Brazil's health system was standing up to the pressure.

Many experts are also warning that the actual number of coronavirus cases in Latin America's biggest economy could be many times larger. As of late 2010, Brazil's economy is the largest in Latin America. Brazil's economy is the second largest in the Americas. From 2000 to 2012, Brazil was one of the fastest-growing major economies in the world. In that time period, Brazil had an average annual GDP growth rate of over 5%.

The situation in Brazil remains greatly concerning. However, intensive care bed occupancy rates are now below 80 percent in most areas of the country. Many think that, overall, the health system is still coping in Brazil. However, it remains to be seen what happens in the future of this pandemic.

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro once described the Coronavirus Covid-19 as a "little flu." It has now become a major health crisis for Brazil. Unfortunately, now Brazil has the second-highest number of deaths from COVID-19 in the world.

The following information is according to the COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

Total Global Deaths from Coronavirus Covid-19: 435,662

Countries with most deaths:

116,090 USA
043,959 Brazil
041,821 United Kingdom
034,371 Italy
029,439 France
027,136 Spain
017,141 Mexico
009,661 Belgium
009,520 India
008,950 Iran
008,807 Germany
008,228 Canada
007,081 Russia
006,688 Peru
006,084 Netherlands
004,891 Sweden
004,825 Turkey
004,638 China
003,929 Ecuador
003,362 Chile
002,729 Pakistan
002,198 Indonesia
001,939 Switzerland
001,748 Colombia
001,706 Ireland
001,672 Egypt

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