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Update on COVID-19 Cases in Brazil & Russia Now Amid Pandemic

COVID-19 CASES IN BRAZIL – The total coronavirus cases recorded in Brazil surpassed the records of Russia.

The COVID-19, a coronavirus that was first recorded in China last December 2019, is now a pandemic. Its effects is far beyond what was expected of it. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the battle against this disease may take a long time.

This disease is characterized by flu-like symptoms for symptomatic cases. A person may experience fever, breathing difficulties, and coughing. However, there are also asymptomatic cases or those showing no signs at all.

Several countries have locked their borders in the hope to curb the spread of the disease. Across the globe, it has now infected over five (5) million people.

COVID-19 Cases in Brazil

Based on a global tally of Worldometer, there is now a total of 5,296,812 cases of COVID-19 recorded in the different countries. Over 97,000 people died of the disease while more than 2.1 million have recovered.

Currently, the United States remained to be the country with the most number of coronavirus cases. It has recorded over 1.6 million cases of the disease.

The total COVID-19 cases in Brazil recently exceeded the records of Russia. For several days, Russia recorded over 10,000 coronavirus cases daily which made it surpassed Spain and land on the 2nd spot.

Now, the COVID-19 cases in Brazil is at 330,890 while Russia has recorded a total of 326,448 cases of the disease as of this writing. Based on the tally, Brazil got 21,048 deaths and 135,430 recoveries while Russia has recorded 3,249 deaths and 99,825 recoveries.

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