April 14, 2021

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Latin America Govt-19 surpasses 800,000 deaths; Brazil accumulates more than 41% of records | Corona virus

Latin America and the Caribbean have surpassed 800 thousand deaths More than 25 million people have been affected by Govt-19 this Tuesday, according to figures from the AFP news agency and the World Health Organization (WHO).

According to the AFP, the WHO balance shows that 800,099 deaths are reported in the region, while more than 800,300 are recorded in Latin America.

The situation in Brazil is worse. With 333,153 deaths, Country It accounts for more than 41% of all deaths in the region. Worldwide, Brazil has a higher death toll than the United States alone, recording more than 551,000 deaths, according to the WHO.

Almost 89% of deaths The region is concentrated in only five countries. They are: Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina e Peru.

Oh Mexico is the second most affected country in Latin America. More than 321,000 people are believed to have died from covit-19 in the country by March, according to data from the Mexican Ministry of Health.

Colombia was next (64,293 deaths), followed by Argentina (56,471) and Peru (53,138).

International newspapers highlight the uncontrolled epidemic in Brazil

The progression of the epidemic in Latin America

When it was taken Latin America eight months to register 400 thousand deaths Presented by Govt (March to November 2020), The A further 400 months of deaths occurred in just 5 months, Reaching more than 800 thousand deaths this April 6th.

Worldwide, the corona virus has already caused more than 2.8 million deaths and more than 131.3 million cases, according to the World Health Organization.

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