Via the Brazilian Ministry of Health: Microcefalia: 1.638 casos confirmados pelo Ministério da Saúde. [Microcephaly: 1,638 cases confirmed by MOH] Edited excerpt from the Google translation:
The Ministry of Health released, on Thursday (30), new microcephaly data. By 25 June, it confirmed 1,638 cases of microcephaly and other nervous system disorders, suggestive of congenital infection throughout the country. Another 3,061 suspected cases of microcephaly across the country remain under investigation by the Ministry of Health and the states.
Since the beginning of the investigation, in October last year, 8,165 cases were reported to the Ministry of Health. Of these, 3,466 were discarded after testing normal, or because they have microcephaly or malformations confirmed from noninfectious causes. They were also discarded for not meeting the case definition.
Of the total confirmed cases, 270 were confirmed by specific laboratory criteria for Zika virus. The Ministry of Health, however, points out that this figure does not adequately represent the total number of cases related to the virus. The ministry considers that Zika infected most of the mothers who had babies with a final diagnosis of microcephaly. The 1,638 confirmed cases in Brazil occurred in 582 municipalities located in all Brazilian states and the Federal District.
In relation to deaths in the same period, there were 328 suspected deaths of microcephaly and/or alteration of the central nervous system after birth or during pregnancy (miscarriage or stillbirth) in the country. This represents 4% of the total reported cases. Of these, 87 were confirmed as microcephaly and/or alteration of the central nervous system. Another 184 are still under investigation and 57 were discarded.