Covid-19: Goiás does not record any incidents or deaths in the last 24 hours

Goiania – According to a bulletin issued by the Goiás State Ministry of Health (SES-GO) on Saturday (May 1), Goiás has not reported any new cases of covid-19 and has not recorded any deaths from the disease in the last 24 hours. There are 1,328,926 infections and 26,474 deaths from the new coronavirus in the … Read more

Vaccinations against covid-19, measles and the flu will continue this Monday; check calendars Rio de Janeiro

Vaccinations against covid-19, influenza and measles continue this Monday (2) – Release Vaccinations against covid-19, influenza and measles continue this Monday (2)disclosure Published 5/1/2022 3:05 PM | Updated May 1, 2022 at 3:10 p.m. Rio – Vaccination against measles and flu continues this Monday (2) through the city of Rio. From tomorrow to the next … Read more

Shanghai residents talk of collective punishment for Covid virus in severe prison | Covid-19

Shanghai authorities, China’s most populous city, predicted late last week that a strict limit of about 25 million people could ease. However, the number of daily infections has not decreased – it has increased. And the measures that were already strict – have become even stricter. On Friday, 5,487 new positive cases were recorded in … Read more

Covid-19 tests collapsed. And pharmacy fast food is no longer free in May coronavirus

Professional rapid antigen tests (TRAg) for covid-19 virus will no longer be paid from Sunday. This means that anyone who wants to take this type of test, for example in a pharmacy or laboratory, will have to pay for it. The deductible approved by the Government will expire on the last day of April, and … Read more

Covid: a year after repatriation, only one in four says recovered – 24/04/2022 – Equilíbrio e Saúde

The first study of its kind has revealed that only one in four people admitted to Covid Hospital feels fully recovered a year after discharge. The feeling of complete recovery from the disease is lower in women (32% less likely), obese (50% less likely), and those who had to use mechanical ventilation during hospitalization (58%). … Read more

Covid: a year after repatriation, only one in four says recovered – 24/04/2022 – Equilíbrio e Saúde

The first study of its kind has revealed that only one in four people admitted to Covid Hospital feels fully recovered a year after discharge. The feeling of complete recovery from the disease is lower in women (32% less likely), obese (50% less likely), and those who had to use mechanical ventilation during hospitalization (58%). … Read more

Goiás has not recorded any covid-19 deaths in the last 24 hours

Theo Mariano Goiânia – According to a press release issued by the Ministry of Health (SES-GO) this Sunday (24/4), Goiás has not recorded any new deaths from the coronavirus in the last 24 hours. Also, according to the revelation, 51 new cases of the disease were reported during the same period. In all, since the … Read more

Covid: patient has a positive test for 505 days – 24.04.2022 – Equilíbrio e Saúde

The Covid-19 patient in the UK tested positive for 16 months until his death, the longest known case of infection, according to a study published on Friday on the development of the virus in immunosuppressed patients (22). The patient, whose identity has not been revealed, was first diagnosed with coronavirus in the body in mid-2020 … Read more

Government admits to re-application of anti-covid measure already declared unconstitutional | Pandemic

The government once again admits to forcing passengers to 14-day pre-trial detention to targets at pandemic risk, even though the Constitutional Court ruled as early as last February that the measure was unconstitutional when carried out outside a state of emergency, as is customary.

Government admits to re-application of anti-covid measure already declared unconstitutional | Pandemic

The government once again admits to forcing passengers to 14-day pre-trial detention to targets at pandemic risk, even though the Constitutional Court ruled as early as last February that the measure was unconstitutional when carried out outside a state of emergency, as is customary.