The rate of spread of the novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) in Brazil has reached its lowest level since measurement.
According to Brazilian media on the 12th (local time), the British Imperial College said in a report that Brazil's COVID-19 reproduction index recorded 0.60 this week, the lowest since April last year, when the measurement began.
The reproduction index is an indicator that shows how many people each person infected with COVID-19 infects.
Imperial College considers 95% accuracy and considers a stable number if the reproduction index is less than 0.9.
Brazil's COVID-19 reproduction index peaked at 2.81 on April 26 last year, then fell to 0.68 in November of last year, and then rose and fell again.
So far, there have been 21,5997 confirmed cases and 601,398 deaths. Compared to the previous day, there were 7,359 confirmed cases and 185 deaths.
The weekly average daily number of new confirmed cases was 12,759, the lowest in 17 months since 12,397 on May 18 last year. It was the lowest level in 11 months.
The number of first-time vaccine recipients is 149,805,979, or 70.23% of the total population, and the number of people who have completed the vaccination is 49,958,396, or 46.86%. The number of people who received the booster shot (boost shot) was 2,468,000.
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