Efectos de la epidemia en Brasil: Estadísticas y número de pacientes

La epidemia de la influenza en Brasil ha afectado significativamente a los trabajadores, ya que una encuesta reveló que el 80% se ha visto obligado a reducir su horario laboral. Sin embargo, no todos han sido igualmente perjudicados: las personas menores de 18 años muestran una mayor resistencia al virus. En el país hay 8.000 casos confirmados y 3.700 sintomáticos; así como 1.345 pacientes hospitalizados con complicaciones respiratorias y 220 fallecidos por la enfermedad. La Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) recomienda a los países que bajen el umbral para denunciar casos nuevos; lo cual significa que están preocupados porque el contagio pueda asumir dimensiones epidémicas.

La epidemia de la influenza en Brasil ha afectado significativamente a los trabajadores, ya que una encuesta reveló que el 80% se ha visto obligado a reducir su horario laboral. Sin embargo, no todos han sido igualmente perjudicados: las personas menores de 18 años muestran una mayor resistencia al virus.

In Brazil, the influenza epidemic has significantly affected workers, as an inquiry showed that 80% have been forced to reduce their working hours. However, not everyone has been equally harmed: people under 18 years old show a greater resistance to the virus. In Brazil there are 8,000 cases confirmed and 3,700 symptomatic; as well as 1,345 hospitalized patients with respiratory complications and 220 dead from the disease. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that countries down their threshold for new reports, which means they are concerned with the epidemic spreading.

The influenza epidemic in Brazil has significantly affected workers, as an inquiry showed that 80% have been forced to reduce their working hours. However, not everyone has been equally harmed: people under 18 years old show a greater resistance to the virus. In Brazil there are 8,000 cases confirmed and 3,700 symptomatic; as well as 1,345 hospitalized patients with respiratory complications and 220 dead from the disease. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that countries down their threshold for new reports, which means they are concerned with the epidemic spreading.

La epidemia de la influenza en Brasil ha afectado significativamente a los trabajadores, ya que una encuesta reveló que el 80% se ha visto obligado a reducir su horario laboral. Sin embargo, no todos han sido igualmente perjudicados: las personas menores de 18 años muestran una mayor resistencia al virus. En el país hay 8.000 casos confirmados y 3.700 sintomáticos; así como 1.345 pacientes hospitalizados con complicaciones respiratorias y 220 fallecidos por la enfermedad.

La Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) recomienda a los países que bajen el umbral para denunciar casos nuevos; lo cual significa que están preocupados porque el contagio pueda asumir dimensiones epidémicas.

The influenza epidemic in Brazil has significantly affected workers, as an inquiry showed that 80% have been forced to reduce their working hours. However, not everyone has been equally harmed: people under 18 years old show a greater resistance to the virus. In Brazil there are 8,000 cases confirmed and 3,700 symptomatic; as well as 1,345 hospitalized patients with respiratory complications and 220 dead from the disease. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that countries down their threshold for new reports, which means they are concerned with the epidemic spreading.