The data provided by the University Rural da Amazonia (UFRA) indicates that the second wave of Barry Covit-19 is crossing in a less aggressive way, taking into account common data from Brazil, the United States (United States) and the United Kingdom. The information was obtained by the Scientific Advisory Committee for the Cope of the Govt-19 Epidemic in the State.
According to Ufra, Barry’s performance is directly related to the use of artificial intelligence to predict views and demands on the public health network on behalf of Govin-19. However, according to the university, extensive preventive medical care and nursing beds and the intensive care unit (ICU) have had a direct impact on life-saving.
In 2021, compared to the Brazilian average, Barேa has a low efficacy of 48.87% in the number of victims and 42.26% in mortality. During this period, Barre recorded 1,572.34 epidemics per 100 thousand population and 51.63 deaths per 100 thousand population, 3,075.39 (epidemic per 100 thousand population) and 89.42 (death per 100 thousand population) national average.
“In this way, we understand that thousands of lives are being saved through the efforts of the public and private hospital network and the immediate and wise provision of medical and ICU beds across the state of Para. Barre can save lives,” said UFRA Professor Jonas Castro.
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