Santiago de Chile lives its first weekend without quarantine since March

Dozens of municipalities left behind total confinement in recent days, and cinemas, theaters, sports centers, and the interiors of bars and restaurants also reopened their doors after months of closure.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Santiago de Chile began this Saturday (24) its first weekend without quarantine since last March, thanks to a drastic drop in Covid-19 infections that led the authorities to relax restrictions.

After three months of a severe second wave and tough pandemic measures, the pandemic is now in retreat in the country, which has more than 1.6 million total infections and 34,958 deaths, with 1,407 new infections and 83 deaths in the last 24 hours.

The national PCR positivity rate was 2.1%, the lowest since this figure has been recorded and has . . .

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