The country accounted for 11,205,972 cases and 270,917 deaths by Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic, according to the balance of the consortium of press vehicles. Cases and deaths show an upward trend.
The country recorded 2,349 deaths Covid-19 in the last 24 hours - the highest number since the beginning of the pandemic - and totaled 270,917 deaths this Wednesday (10). With that, the moving average of deaths in Brazil in the last 7 days reached 1,645, also a record. Compared to the average of 14 days ago, the variation was 43%, indicating an upward trend in deaths the disease.
This is what a new survey by the media consortium shows about the situation of the coronavirus pandemic in Brazil based on data the state health departments, consolidated at 8 pm this Wednesday.
On Tuesday, Goiás had not released its total number of deaths, which increased the state's total today. This Wednesday, the Federal District did not disclose its numbers of deaths and cases.
There are also 49 days in a row with the moving average of deaths above the 1 thousand mark, 13 days above 1.1 thousand, and by the eleventh day the mark appears above 1.2 thousand. There have been 12 records in a row February 27th until now.
See the sequence of last week in the moving average:
Thursday (4): 1,361 (record)
Friday (5): 1,423 (record)
Saturday (6): 1,455 (record)
Sunday (7): 1,497 (record)
Monday (8): 1,540 (record)
Tuesday (9): 1,572 (record)
Wednesday (10): 1,645 (record)