Brazil is the epicenter of the new SARS coronavirus in Latin America. Already, 13 healthcare workers in São Paulo died from coronavirus (COVID-19), Hundreds of residents protest against the COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions in the country, healthcare workers protest for protection.
Public health officials expect a "third wave" to the overwhelming Brazilian medicinal services. After the mass hospitalization of COVID-19 patients and the absence of individual protective material, specialists may now stress over hospitalization of patients with chronic disease. As per the Brazilian Society of Family and Community Medicine,these diseases require constant attention, and when meetings and surgeries are canceled due to COVID-19, patients may eventually require hospitalization. In the equivalent hard-hit urban areas, for example, the capital of Brazil, specialists are especially worried about the consideration of the elder, who are not only at risk of chronic diseases, however abstain from searching for care due to dread of getting COVID-19.
In São Paulo, there were 15,914 COVID-19 affirmed cases today as of 2020-04-27, with a complete passing pace of 1,134 from COVID-19 brought about by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Brazil's Ministry of Health clarified that each state ought to submit rules to battle the the virus and warned that its health system would collapse by the end of April if no action was taken today. As in other nations around the globe, coronavirus represents a major challenge for the overall health system in Brazil. The nation's health safety index indicates a relatively high capacity to quickly cope with an pandemic. In any case, in excess of 33% of Brazilians belive that the nation isn't set up to battle the COVID-19 outbreak. In fact, there were roughly 6.7 thousand medical clinics in Brazil in 2019, up from 6.9 thousand out of 2010, Brazil are not equipped to prevent the spreading threat of COVID-19. As the number of COVID-19 cases in Brazil is consistently ascending to thousands, community leaders in vulnerable communities have raised worries about the troubles of following prevention measures in Rio de Janeiro due to the lack of consistent water services, and this is not the only obstacle to COVID-19 prevention, it is missing how advice to contain the virus does not contain provisions for people living in extreme poverty, to score few issues. President Jair Bolsonaro's anti-scientific response to the global pandemic, which has included calling the virus a "small flu" and urging companies to reopen despite advice from the World Health Organization, has worsened the situation for vulnerable communities in Brazil. An effective and consistent measure from Brazil is yet to be seen.