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There are around 400,000 cases in Brazil, and the Senate approves that the public system uses beds from the private network

May 27, 2020

The Brazilian Ministry of Health reported Tuesday that a total of 391,222 infections and 24,512 deaths were registered due to COVID-19, the day the Senate unanimously passed a bill that the Unified Health System (SUS) can use for cases of the new Use corona virus beds from the private health network.

The project was introduced by the Workers’ Party and provides for the private sector to commit to giving up their beds in exchange for “fair compensation” decided by the Ministry of Health or the Bipartite Intergovernmental Commission (CIB).

The text explains that the intensive care unit’s private beds must be those that are already intended for patients affected by COVID-19 and that only hospitals with less than 85 percent occupancy are subject to the regulations, the Estadao newspaper said ‘. .

There are around 400,000 cases in Brazil, and the Senate approves that the public system uses beds from the private networkThere are around 400,000 cases in Brazil, and the Senate approves that the public system uses beds from the private network

On the other hand, and despite the fact that the state of Sao Paulo continues to be the most affected by the pandemic with 86,017 cases and 6,423 deaths, city mayor Bruno Covas considered the possibility of a complete blockade of Das Kapital examining two weeks ago currently the possibility to start reopening some sectors of the economy, although the guidelines imposed by the state government are not being complied with.