(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) The cumulative number of new crown deaths in Brazil exceeds 500,000

  China News Agency, Sao Paulo, June 19 (Reporter Mo Chengxiong) According to data released by the Brazilian Ministry of Health at 17:32 local time on the 19th, there were 82,288 new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in Brazil that day, and a total of 17,883,750 confirmed cases; new deaths There were 2,301 cases, and the total number of deaths exceeded 500,000, reaching 500,800; a total of 16,183,849 cases were cured.

  Brazilian Health Minister Marcelo Queiroga expressed condolences on Twitter on the 19th to the family members, relatives and friends of patients who died of new coronary pneumonia, and said that they will do their best to ensure that the people of this country complete the new crown vaccine in the shortest time Vaccination.

Vila Formosa Cemetery, the largest local cemetery in Sao Paulo, Brazil, April 24, 2021 local time.

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  Since Brazil's first death from new crown pneumonia on March 12 last year, the number of people who died of new crown pneumonia in the country exceeded 500,000 in more than a year.

Among them, it took 149, 152, 76 and 36 days for the death toll to reach 100,000, 200,000, 300,000 and 400,000, respectively.

It took 51 days for the death toll to go from 400,000 to 500,000.

  At present, Brazil has become the second country in the world with more than 500,000 deaths from new coronary pneumonia, ranking second in the world, second only to the United States, which has a cumulative number of deaths of more than 610,000.

The cumulative number of deaths in India has exceeded 380,000, ranking third in the world.

  According to the statistics of the Brazilian state health departments, in the past 7 days, Brazil has an average of 7,2007 new confirmed cases per day, an increase of 16% over the data two weeks ago; an average of 2,073 new deaths per day, an increase from the data two weeks ago 27%.

From March 17 to May 10, Brazil has an average of more than 2,000 new deaths per day for 55 consecutive days.

Meanwhile, in the week ending April 12, Brazil had the largest number of new deaths per day, reaching 3125.

  According to Brazilian media statistics, as of 20 o'clock on the 19th, more than 62.7 million people in Brazil have been vaccinated against the new crown, accounting for 29.61% of the country's total population.

Among them, 24.24 million people have completed the second dose of vaccination, accounting for 11.45% of the country's total population.