Brasilia, the capital of Brazildeclare today the ‘state of public calamity’ due to an explosion of new cases of coronavirus after applying new measures of economic easing in May, in a movement that contrasts with the measures adopted in larger and more complicated cities by the pandemic, such as Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
Governor’s decree Ibans Rocha, of the Brazilian Democracy Movement (center-right), has to do with the capabilities of get into debt and to receive money from the central government of Jair Bolsonaro, but it also has reasons medical due to the advance of the infections of the last weeks.
With just over 2.5 million inhabitants, they registered 501 deaths and 44,905 cases, being that the last week shot to almost 80% occupation in private hospitals.
The Ministry of Health and the state secretaries, confronted since the beginning of the pandemic by the differences in approach between Bolsonaro and the governors, agree that Currently the pandemic is erupting in the interiors of the states and not only in the cities.
The state of Sao Paulo, the main focus of the COVID-19 in Brazil, I registered the week that passed 144 fewer deaths in relation to the previous one, but it keeps activities blocked in seven cities in the interior, such as Ribeirao Preto and Marilia. Unlike, prepares to return to face-to-face classes with just 35% of classroom occupancy for the 8th of September and for the next Monday the reopening of the bars and restaurants.
Brazil exceeded 57,000 deceased on Sunday, when the second day of the Rio de Janeiro championship was played in Rio de Janeiro, with protest of the Botafogo players who thrashed Cabofriense.
With the reduction of deaths in the wonderful city, the mayore Marcelo Crivella announced that on July 10 will be allowed public in the stadiums, but at 40 percent of its capacity, a measure rated “genocidal“by several leaders who oppose this move by the municipal chief Bolsonarista and the leadership of Flamengo, the most powerful club in the country.
In the national framework, the Court of Accounts of the Union denounced fraud in emergency aid for more than 57 million Brazilians paid by the federal government: three dues of 120 dollars for informal workers, those most affected by the pandemic.
In this context, the news that More than 620,000 people fraudulently received the emergency aid that Congress approved and grants the federal government $ 120 a month intended for informal workers who did not have how to sustain themselves in the pandemic, according to a complaint Balloon TV.