Pandemic: Uruguay goes from being the example to the worst in the region

Our World in Data, which systematizes official information on the pandemic, has Uruguay at the top of the list with 837 new cases per million inhabitants, which exceeds the rest of the Latin American countries and is more than twice as many as Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uruguay registered this Monday at least 647 new cases of coronavirus out of a total of 10,912 tests, informed the National Emergency System (Sinae), and has ceased to be the successful example of pandemic control to become the country that leads the world in infections.

According to El Cronista, the 'Our World in Data' page, which systematizes official information on the pandemic, has Uruguay at the top of the list with 837 new cases per million inhabitants, which surpasses the records of the rest of the countries.

It is followed by Brazil (354 cases per . . .

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