US NEWS: Death of Coronavirus in Latin America, Caribbean Surge Passed 100,000

Brazil, with the second highest death rate in the world, accounts for more than half of the total region.Incidence of coronavirus deaths in Latin America and the Caribbean has surpassed 100,000, Brazil, which is one of the world’s worst, accounting for more than half the deaths.

As of Tuesday evening, the number of reported deaths from coronaviruses in 33 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean was estimated at 100,145. Brazil, with the second-highest death rate in the world, accounts for more than half of the total region, with 52,645.

The country has more than 1.14 million COVID-19 cases, second only to the U.S., leading the world in reported cases, more than 2.34 million, and deaths, more than 121,225. When the country began to see its numbers increase, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro called the coronavirus a “minor fever” and refused to wear a face in public.

Mexico reported the second-highest mortality rate in the region, of 23,377. The country has a population of over 191,410. Peru, which ranks sixth in the world’s top 260,810 cases, the third highest death toll in the region, is 8,404. The country has been under compulsory detention for 100 days and recently received a donation of 250 providers from the U.S.

It is followed by Chile, with more than 250,760 cases and 4,505 deaths. Colombia has extended its stay until July 15 as charges continue to rise. The country has over 73,760 cases and 2,520 deaths.The World Health Organization on Monday announced the number of daily COVID-19 cases reported on Sunday, having confirmed more than 183,000 in the last 24 hours. accounting for 116,041 of new cases reported in the last 24 hours.

Worldwide, health officials report more than 9,27 million cases of coronavirus, and more than 477,800 people have died. Coronavirus Death in Latin America, Caribbean Surge Past 100,000
Brazil, with the second highest death rate in the world, accounts for more than half of the total region. Incidence of coronavirus deaths in Latin America and the Caribbean has exceeded 100,000, Brazil, which is one of the world’s worst, accounting for more than half of the deaths.

As of Tuesday evening, the number of reported deaths from coronaviruses in 33 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean was estimated at 100,145. Brazil, with the second-highest death rate in the world, accounts for more than half of the total region, with 52,645.

The country has more than 1.14 million COVID-19 cases, second only to the U.S., leading the world in reported cases, more than 2.34 million, and deaths, more than 121,225. When the country began to see its numbers increase, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro called the coronavirus a “minor fever” and refused to wear a face in public.

Mexico reported the second-highest mortality rate in the region, of 23,377. The country has a population of over 191,410. Peru, which ranks sixth in the world’s top 260,810 cases, the third highest death toll in the region, is 8,404. The country has been under compulsory detention for 100 days and recently received a donation of 250 providers from the U.S.

It is followed by Chile, with more than 250,760 cases and 4,505 deaths. Colombia has extended its stay until July 15 as charges continue to rise. The country has over 73,760 cases and 2,520 deaths. The World Health Organization on Monday announced the number of daily COVID-19 cases reported on Sunday, having confirmed more than 183,000 in the last 24 hours. 116,041 of the new report

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