Data published by the Ministry of Health this Wednesday 11, accounted for 23,398 new cases and 126 deaths caused by complications from the coronavirus in the country, in the last 24 hours.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Brazil has recorded 30,617,786 new cases and 664,516 deaths.
The daily update pointed out that the moving average of confirmed cases was 16,469.3 diagnoses, an indicator that shows an increase of 32.46% compared to two weeks ago, a significant increase compared to the previous day, which was 8.87%.
The moving average of deaths recorded 108.1, an increase of 8.61% compared to two weeks ago, a rate that rises again after four days of decline.
The survey also presented a panel of the regions of the country with the highest number of accumulated deaths since March 2020: Southeast (317,881), Northeast (128,814), South (104,313), Midwest (63,375) and North (50,133).
The analysis of the pandemic situation is based on the 15% variation set by infectious disease specialists as the inflection point. So if an index registers more than a 15% increase from two weeks ago, it is up; if the index falls by more than 15% over the same period, it is down. Averages that remain between -15% and 15% are defined as stable.
The calculation of moving averages defined by experts consists of adding up all the records of the last 14 days and dividing the total by 14. Thus, it is possible to have a broad view of the current pandemic moment.
Check the moving average of the Covid-19 pandemic in Brazil, in the five regions of the country and in all states:
Check the moving average of the Covid-19 pandemic in the 27 Brazilian capitals, separated by their regions*: