Gilmar says that ‘blackout’ of data ‘makes it unattainable’ to face the pandemic

The ‘blackout’ occurred amid the advance of the ômicron variant in Brazil and the outbreak of H3N2 influenza

Minister Gilmar Mendes, of the Federal Supreme Court (STF), criticized this Monday, 10, the instability in the techniques of the Ministry of Health. -19 of states of municipalities has not been absolutely re-established. The ‘blackout’ occurred amid the advance of the ômicron variant in Brazil and the outbreak of H3N2 influenza.

On social media, the minister mentioned that the matter needs to be ‘handled as a precedence’ and that the lack of consolidated data on the advance of the new coronavirus ‘makes it unattainable’ to face the pandemic.

“The re-establishment of techniques for updating epidemiological bulletins needs to be handled as a precedence. For weeks, states and municipalities have confronted difficulties in reporting circumstances of contamination and hospitalization. #ApagaoNaSaude makes it unattainable to face the pandemic”, he wrote.

The invasion of the Ministry of Health techniques completes a month on Monday. The hacker assault hit platforms reminiscent of e-SUS Notifica, National Immunization Program Information Updatermation System (SI-PNI) and ConectSUS, which supplies proof of vaccination.

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Although they’ve resumed operation, some techniques stay unstable, which has made it tough to provide and seek the advice of data. Cyber ​​crime is being investigated by the Federal Police.

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