coronavirus (COVID-19) in
 Brazil

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Newsnodes
12 Sep 2020, 11:31
Finally a clear downtrend in Brazil? First I thought it was a reporting lag, but now it looks like the uptrend in cases and deaths has reversed.

drdeathknight36
1 Sep 2020, 01:08
Santa Catarina reported 30,913 new cases today. This number includes a backlog caused by a system failure.

drdeathknight36
30 Aug 2020, 12:20
So now they updated the dashboard and added 200 new deaths

drdeathknight36
30 Aug 2020, 01:49
The Ministry of Health withdrew 190 deaths from Distrito Federal, bringing the total down to 2250. However, Distrito Federal published their daily update and it shows a total of 2450 deaths there. It's not clear what they're going to do tomorrow.

Newsnodes
30 Aug 2020, 00:39
It definitely looks like there is a downtrend in COVID-19 deaths now in Brazil: current week-over-week trend in deaths is -14.3%

drdeathknight36
29 Aug 2020, 00:04
Cases and deaths for Rio de Janeiro weren't counted today. We can expect them to be in tomorrow's report

drdeathknight36
26 Aug 2020, 18:30
Brazil has its lowest moving average of deaths since early June

Newsnodes
19 Aug 2020, 00:12
The 7 day moving average in cases and deaths continues to decline in Brazil, although very slowly!

drdeathknight36
16 Aug 2020, 00:02
Very low reports in many states today. No explanation so far

Newsnodes
10 Aug 2020, 00:04
That's a good sign! Hopefully this is the start of a downtrend in Brazil!

drdeathknight36
9 Aug 2020, 00:25
Brazil's moving average for deaths is below 1000 for the first time since July 3!

Newsnodes
7 Aug 2020, 00:17
Brazil's moving average in new cases is now slightly lower than 7 days ago: the week over week trend is now -6%. While the moving average in deaths is absolutely flat (+0.7%)

drdeathknight36
6 Aug 2020, 00:02
The Ministry of Health added 301 new deaths for Minas Gerais in today's update, of which 149 happened yesterday and 152 happened today

drdeathknight36
5 Aug 2020, 00:04
Today Minas Gerais reported a record 149 new deaths, but for some reason the Ministry of Health didn't include any of them in today's update!

Newsnodes
4 Aug 2020, 09:23
It's a slight drop indeed; but without testing data, I guess we'll have to wait if not something happens like 2 weeks ago (when Brazil's 7 day moving average was also going down).

drdeathknight36
4 Aug 2020, 00:32
Brazil's moving average for deaths subtly going down with Sunday's and Monday's reports. But we gotta wait until the end of the week to confirm the downward trend

Newsnodes
1 Aug 2020, 00:15
The 7 day moving average of new cases is very flat for Brazil. It looks like there is no clear uptrend or downtrend at the moment.

drdeathknight36
31 Jul 2020, 00:32
Once again, Sao Paulo reported a high increase in cases (14,809). They've apparently reached a new plateau of cases

Newsnodes
30 Jul 2020, 00:17
It turns out you were spot on with your prediction yesterday! So today's actual death count for Brazil should be: 1595-383 = 1212. Disregarding the volatile reports, the 7 day moving averages perfectly show that cases and deaths are both trending flat in Brazil right now.

drdeathknight36
30 Jul 2020, 00:04
Sao Paulo also reported 26,543 new cases, around 12k from yesterday and 14k from today

drdeathknight36
30 Jul 2020, 00:01
A new record for Brazil. Sao Paulo reported a total 713 new deaths, out of which 383 happened yesterday and 330 today

drdeathknight36
29 Jul 2020, 00:31
Sao Paulo didn't report any cases or deaths today. So we can expect a huge backlog for Brazil tomorrow

Newsnodes
26 Jul 2020, 01:00
Hey dr.deathknight, yes you have to wait until midnight; you can't submit report for future dates! Thank you also for sharing the plataforma site, it will be added to the list of accepted sources!

drdeathknight36
24 Jul 2020, 23:31
Brazil updated its data a bit earlier today, but I couldn't update it here. Is that a glitch or do I need to wait until midnight?

drdeathknight36
24 Jul 2020, 00:05
Brazil's covid-19 dashboard at covid.saude.gov.br isn't working properly, so I took data from plataforma.saude.gov.br

Newsnodes
4 Jul 2020, 12:24
Thanks for sharing this information! Too bad there are no complete and official sources on testing in Brazil!

drdeathknight36
4 Jul 2020, 01:21
There is an Instagram profile (@dadoscovid19) where they update the number of tests every day. Their last update showed 4,325,767 tests but that data isn't official and most states don't provide it properly so the real number is much higher and we don't know what it is

drdeathknight36
4 Jul 2020, 01:14
@Newsnodes the Brazilian government currently doesn't keep track of tests

Newsnodes
4 Jul 2020, 00:13
@DrDeathknight36, do you have any idea where to find test data for Brazil?

Newsnodes
14 Jun 2020, 08:20
Thank you drdeathknight36 for updating Brazil and selecting the correct dates!
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