Coronavirus: Let’s Check What’s Happening Around The world
Let’s Check What’s Happening Around The world’s pandemic has been covering its wings rapidly on the earth and almost all the countries have been gripped by the COVID-19 outbreak. On Saturday, Brazil has crossed the red sign of the disease, it has crossed 100,000 deaths, that is really shocking data. The country is not witnessing any sign of relief yet. The entire world is just waiting for the vaccine to come that can save millions of lives.
Since the starting of June, the country is witnessing an average of thousand deaths daily in a population of 210 million people. The last 24 hours recorded a total of 904 deaths cases due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has thrown the country over 100,000 deaths. The Health Minister also revealed about the active cases in the country that are 3,012,412. It is the second-most affected country in the world while the first position has been held by America for a long.
On Saturday, The non-government group Rio de Paz released red balloons in the honor of those who lost their lives in coronavirus. It was done at Copacabana beach. As we know Brazil has marked over 100,000 deaths and that balloons were released by some family members, friends and representatives of those who lost their lives in the fight against COVID-19 crisis.
Marcio Silva aged 55 also joined the tradition to tribute his son who lost his life while struggling for coronavirus and also said it is very sad for all the 100,000 people’s family, friends who lost their beloved ones in the pandemic. He also said that 100,000 became just number but it’s not only the same what it seems it were lives, now the death has become normal.
The president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro also self-acclaimed that he was infected with the COVID-19 before the few weeks but now many times he has been seen becoming the part of the crowd without wearing the mask and following social distancing rules. Sergio Moro, the former Justice Minister criticised the communication secretariat of the federal government on social media for not being able to manage the coronavirus pandemic. The criticism came into the limelight on the same day when death cases in Brail crossed 100,000.
After these allegations, the secretariat tweeted and said there are many data that deserve to be disclosed. He added over 3 million lives have been saved or recovering. He also said it is one of the largest countries and enduring fewer deaths in comparison to others.