One year and six months since the beginning of the pandemic in Brazil. That was the time that Jos Gonalves de Minas, a city of just over four thousand inhabitants, in Vale do Jequitinhonha, spent without registering deaths by COVID-19.
With this confirmation, all cities in the Jequitinhonha and Mucuri valleys have recorded deaths by the coronavirus.
In Jos Gonalves de Minas, 137 cases were confirmed. The most recent of a man who had mild symptoms and is being monitored at home.
Data from the state government’s Vaccinemeter, consulted this Sunday (5/9) by the report, show that the city has already applied the first dose to 2,352 residents (vaccination coverage of 67.28% of the population over 18 years old), 1,208 received the second dose, and 65 people were immunized with the single-dose vaccine.
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