Brazil registers lowest transmission rate of Covid-19 of 2021 – Prime Time Zone

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With a rate of 0.88, the survey by Imperial College London shows that 100 infected people can transmit the virus to 88 others

EFE / Elvis González / ArchiveIndicators showed a fall for the third consecutive week

Brazil registered a baud rate gives Covid-19 from 0.88 in the last week, which makes the index the lowest recorded so far in 2021. The data were released by a survey by Imperial College London, which shows how many people can be infected through an infected person and maps the evolution of the pandemic. With a rate of 0.88, the survey shows that 100 infected people can transmit the virus to another 88. According to the study, this was the third week of decline in indicators, with rates of 0.98 and 0.91 being recorded in previous weeks. As much as the indicators show improvements in the pandemic scenario, it is not possible to analyze the country in a regionalized manner, since certain areas may have lower or higher rates. According to the National Council of State Health Secretaries (Conass), Brazil registered 17,031 cases and 745 deaths by Covid-19 in the last 24 hours.