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Coronavirus cases in Latin America exceed 9 million

26 September 2020 10:41
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Coronavirus cases in Latin America exceed 9 million

BOGOTA. KAZINFORM More than six months since the first coronavirus case was detected in Latin America, there is an excess of 9 million cases and 330,000 deaths in the region, as of Friday.

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The first case was reported Feb. 26 in Brazil and it took until May to reach 500,000 cases. Four months later, cases in Latin America and the Caribbean passed the 9 million mark, according to Johns Hopkins University, even as some countries begin to record a slight decline in infections, Anadolu Agency reports.


Brazil

Brazil, one of the countries hardest hit by the pandemic, along with the US and India, it registered 729 deaths in the last 24 hours.

It recorded more than 4.6 million cases since the pandemic began, while the official death toll has risen to 140,537.

Rio de Janeiro has been the state hit second-hardest in Brazil, after Sao Paulo, the country's most populous state.

Chile

Chile reported 2,222 new cases in the last 24 hours, the highest number of new infections since late July, when it was in full confinement.

The country has registered 453,868 infections and 12,527 deaths.

Mexico

Mexico reached 75,000 confirmed coronavirus deaths and has the world’s fourth-highest death toll.

Colombia and Peru also remain among the 10 countries with the most cases in the world.

With almost 32,000 deaths, Peru has the highest per capita death rate from COVID-19.

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