Brazil’s top health experts have warned that Brazil, like Japan, is facing a biological Fukushima tragedy in which a new strain of the coronavirus is coming out every week. A one-day record of deaths broke in Brazil on Tuesday and 4,195 people lost their lives. It is estimated that by the month of July only six lakh people will die in the country.
Miguel Nicolais, who led the Corona virus-fighting team in the northeastern region of the country until February, said Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is facing the biggest humanitarian tragedy in the country’s history. He told the BBC, ‘It is like a nuclear reactor in which a chain reaction has started and it is out of control. It is like a biological Fukushima tragedy. ‘
It cannot be controlled on the whole earth ‘
Miguel was referring to the accident in the Japanese nuclear reactor after the horrific tsunami in 2011. He said that I understand that Brazil is not only the epicenter of this epidemic worldwide, it is a threat to the efforts of the international community to control the epidemic all over the earth. The health expert said that if the coronavirus is not controlled in Brazil, it cannot be controlled all over the earth.
The health expert said, ‘We are seeing a new strain every week, some of which are more contagious and more deadly than before. Some of these can be spread across the border to other countries in Latin America and from there to the whole world. Explain that the number of Covid-19 cases in the world has exceeded 13.22 million. At the same time, the death toll has crossed 28.7 lakhs. According to the latest data, the number of cases in the world now stands at 13,22,93,566 and the number of deaths is 28,71,642.