Coronavirus – Crowds storm beaches in Rio


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The corona virus is raging more violently in Brazil than in hardly any other country. But while hospitals run out of oxygen for ventilation, thousands frolic on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro. Almost nobody wears a face mask there. Despite the increasing corona numbers, the beaches of the Brazilian metropolis Rio de Janeiro are full. The visitors huddled close together between the colorful parasols on the world-famous beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema, as can be seen in photos from Sunday. Many did not wear a mask.

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On Sunday, the streets along the beaches of Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon and the Aterro do Flamengo park were again closed to vehicle traffic and converted into leisure areas for the residents of Rio. January is the holiday season in Brazil. The people had meanwhile „completely trivialized“ the pandemic, the news portal „G1“ quoted the scientist Chrystina Barros from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in view of the pictures. „It’s summer, so they (of the restrictions) are tired and the attraction of the beaches is very big. Unfortunately it doesn’t work anymore. We don’t see any possibility of believing that we can win people’s consciences.“

Rio de Janeiro particularly affected

Brazil, a state with 210 million inhabitants, is currently one of the hot spots of the corona pandemic. So far, around 8.5 million people in the largest country in Latin America have been proven to have been infected with the corona virus. More than 209,000 patients have died in connection with Covid-19. Rio de Janeiro is one of the most affected states. Corona infections and hospital occupancy rates have recently increased again. Following the emergency approval of the Sinovac and Astrazeneca corona vaccines by the National Health Surveillance Authority in Brazil, Anvisa, the first Brazilian woman was vaccinated in São Paulo on Sunday.

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