RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Paraguay's Director of Health Surveillance Guillermo Sequera said Friday (30) that the number of Covid-19 infections in the country has registered a "very significant" decline, with a return to February's level, which instills "optimism," although he said that it should be moderate as the figures are still high.
Sequera recalled that those same numbers seemed "very high" in February, while now "they seem low," after daily figures exceeding 100 deaths and over 2,000 infections. "We have the numbers of what is critical in recent memory, but the numbers are still significant," he . . .