DF records lowest transmission rate in 99 days

Published on 10/19/2021 6:29 PM

(Credit: Marcelo Ferreira/CB/DA Press)

The Federal District recorded, this Tuesday (10/19), covid-19 baud rate At 0.89 – the average epidemic control in DF – the lowest since July 12 this year. There are 99 days of difference in the time range.

This Tuesday (10/19) was also the fourth day in a row with transmissions down. With Numbers less than 1 – average pandemic control in DF – , the index was 0.89. With 44 new confirmed cases, the Department of Health (SES-DF) Counting 51,593 people diagnosed with COVID-19 in this pandemic. Of these, 494,656 were recovered.

The file recorded more than 12 deaths due to complications of the disease, one person from outside the Federal District, from Santo Antonio do Discoberto (GO). The total number of deaths reached 10,732 in the federal capital.

The moving average for deaths is 14.14, down 7.6% from the past 14 days. The index of cases is 533.14, 55.3% lower in the same period of comparison. The city hardest hit by the health crisis in Sealandia, has 55,400 infected residents and 1,600 missing as a result of the COVID-19 virus.

In Taguatinga, there are 39,600 cases and more than 1,000 deaths, while Plano Belotto has 51,500 people diagnosed with the virus and caused 740 deaths. Verne, in turn, has 27,300 infected and 799 deaths.

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