Brazil Corona Virus Deaths Surge Infection Spreads In Poverty DistrictS May 23 at 10:35
In Brazil, the new coronavirus has killed more than 1,000 people a day, and the infection is rapidly spreading, mainly in impoverished areas, making burials in the largest city, Sao Paulo, unable to keep up.
In Brazil, a district called “Fabella”, where poor people live illegally occupying public lands in urban areas, is scattered throughout the country, and the infection of the new coronavirus is rapidly spreading, mainly among residents of these districts, which live in densely populated areas with poor sanitation.
As of the date of infection, the number of people infected has reached 1,000,000, more than 1,000 people die in a day, and more than 10,000 people have died.
A municipal cemetery on the outskirts of Sao Paulo has a tomb for 8,000 people last month to bury the soaring death toll, but about 200 bodies a day have been carried in, and about eight percent of them have already been buried.
If the number of bodies being carried at this pace continues to increase, the cemetery will not be able to be buried at the beginning of next month.
Moreover, it is said that there are too many bodies and the work of the burial cannot be caught up, and the work is done by extending time by employing about ??
At least 13 million people live in the Fabella area, and in brazil in the southern hemisphere, the main challenge is how to stop the infection here as winter approaches.