RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The delta variant of the coronavirus, that caused an avalanche of new cases in the last months in countries in Europe, Asia, and also in the United States, seems to be behaving in a different way in Brazil.
Here, four months after the identification of the first cases, the variant has not provoked a worsening in the contaminations, hospitalizations and deaths. The numbers, on the contrary, are declining.
The virologist Fernando Spilki, the coordinator of the Coronavirus Network of the Ministry of Science and Technology, said to Valor newspaper that the devastating outbreak that Brazil experienced . . .