PAHO Sees No Sign of Covid-19 Deceleration in the Americas

According to the PAHO's Incident Manager for Covid-19, Sylvain Aldighieri, the organization is particularly concerned with the indigenous populations of the Amazon, both in Brazil and Peru.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The spread of Covid-19 has not shown "signs of slowing down" in the Americas, said yesterday, July 21st, the director of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), Carissa Etienne, commenting that Brazil, the United States, and Mexico are the countries where the most deaths have occurred due to the disease.

According to Ms. Etienne, last week alone, an additional 900,000 cases and 22,000 deaths were recorded on the continents . . .

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