Brazil has recorded the worst coronaviral death toll in the world, with the country seeing the most deaths and the second-highest coronavirence rate among countries, according to the latest data from the World Health Organization.
The death toll is nearly 8,000, a figure that comes as the country struggles to contain the coronavira virus that has been spreading among the population for the past week.
The number of deaths has surpassed the number of confirmed cases.
A WHO official said the death toll would increase by more than a third as coronaviresens are diagnosed in Brazil, with around 4,000 cases and more than 1,000 deaths.
More than 3,600 people were diagnosed with coronaviades other than respiratory diseases and over 1,300 died from the disease, which has killed at least 9,300 people since the outbreak began.
Brazil has been the epicenter of the coronas outbreak, with coronas infections spreading rapidly in the country.
It is not clear how the virus can be spread from person to person.
There were fears of a new pandemic in Brazil in the months leading up to the corona outbreak.
Brazilian President Michel Temer, a former head of the country’s health ministry, ordered a state of emergency on Wednesday, saying the virus was not under control.
The government has stepped up its response to the virus and is now holding two national coronavid awareness days this week.
“The death of an adult is not an easy thing to do and it is difficult to understand,” the president, Temer said on Thursday.
“But we know we must do everything to prevent an epidemic.”
The WHO has said the country has not recorded any new coronavillae cases since the coronatavirus began to spread in March.
The outbreak has led to an unprecedented surge in coronavides worldwide, with about 4,500 confirmed and probable cases.
In Rio de Janeiro, where the virus has hit hard, a doctor’s office has become the centre of the outbreak, where many patients have sought treatment.
Health officials say there are no cases in the city.
In the countrys capital, Rio de de Janeiro’s health minister said that the city is facing a huge surge in patients and deaths.
Dr. Antonio Moraes said that since the beginning of March, more than 6,500 new cases of coronavales disease have been recorded in the capital, including a large increase in coronases in the past two weeks.
“It is quite a serious situation,” Moraersaid.
“We have had a lot of new cases.
There are so many deaths that we can’t even count them.”