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Latin America, deaths rise to 37 thousand

2020-05-22T23:50:01.442Z

In the last 24 hours, a new strong leap forward in the consequences of the coronavirus in Brazil has characterized Latin America, which has officially become "new outbreak of the pandemic" for the World Health Organization (WHO). (HANDLE)



(ANSA) - BUENOS AIRES, MAY 23 - A new strong leap ahead of the consequences of the coronavirus in Brazil has characterized Latin America in the last 24 hours, which has officially become "new outbreak of the pandemic" for the World Health Organization (WHO). In the region there are 672,770 infected, of which 37,021 died. This is what emerges from an analysis developed by ANSA on the basis of the known data of 34 between Latin American nations and territories.
    Brazil, which jumped to second place in the world rankings behind the United States, reached 330,890 infected and 21,048 dead. Peru follows it at a distance (111,698 and 3,244), while Chile (61,857 and 630) has risen to third place, having overtaken Mexico (59,567 and 6,510).
    Then follow Ecuador (35,828 and 3,056), Colombia (18,330 and 652), Dominican Rep. (13,989 and 456), Panama (10,116 and 291), Argentina (10,649 and 433) and Bolivia (5,187 and 215).

Source: ansa

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