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Daily Echo
Newspaper Article - Daily Echo (vision 3).png
Newspaper Article by Daily Echo
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Story Item

Daily Echo is a story item which was added in update V.1.0 to Green Hell.

Basic Info[edit | edit source]

The newspaper article by Daily echo reports a rise in the number of people infected with the virus. It describes how hospitals are struggling to accommodate the sick, and the effects of the virus on the poorest districts of Brazil. The date can be seen on the newspaper as Friday June 2018.

The Daily Echo newspaper article can be found in Jake's third vision.

Transcription[edit | edit source]

More Infected with New Virus in Brazil

The situation in Brazilian hospitals is becoming worse - over several dozen people died in connection with an unidentified virus, and the number of diagnosed infections is on the rise.

The hospitals are struggling to accommodate the incoming flood of patients. Initially, the sick were kept in isolation, but no hospital has a sufficient number of isolation wards for all the affected. Entire wards and even wings of hospitals are being turned into quarantine zones. Unfortunately, the efforts of the medical personnel may not be enough to prevent an outbreak. People in an advanced stage of the illness are found at homes, in the streets and in public spaces, thus spreading the virus even further. The worst scenario is playing out in the poorest districts and favelas. Poor sanitation and access to health care, paired with the distrustful attitude of the citizens towards the authorities make it even more difficult to contain the virus in those areas.

The Minister of Health assures the public that several research teams are currently working independently to identify the virus. At the same time, a special investigative task force has been formed to determine the source and cause of the outbreak. The President of Brazil claims that the situation is under control, but is asking the citizens to follow strict safety measures and avoid public places if possible. Several big events were canceled for safety reasons, and kindergartens and schools see a decline in attendance. Despite the reassuring tone of the authorities, Brazil is on the brink of chaos.

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V.1.0 New – Story Mode