Brazil registered this Sunday 182 new deaths from coronavirus, which represent the lowest figure for one day since last November 10, when deaths totaled 174, according to data released by the Ministry of Health.
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Thus, the total number of deaths reaches 601,011, while the number of infected people now rises to 21,575,820, which includes the 8,639 confirmed cases in the last 24 hours.
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According to data from the Ministry of Health, there are also 295,951 patients under medical surveillance, while 20.6 million people have recovered from the disease.
The figures for this Sunday, however, may be a bit higher, as is always the case on weekends, when the staff dedicated to data collection is reduced, which is usually updated between Monday and Tuesday.
In any case, the statistics reflect the strong advance in vaccination during the last three months and that as of today the complete guideline has already reached 46.3% of the 213 million Brazilians, while 70% have only the first dose.
Thanks to vaccines, according to the Ministry of Health itself, the health situation has improved throughout the country and there are already cases, such as the central state of Goias, which has not registered a single death in the last 48 hours.
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