Latin America Surpasses 400,000 Deaths Mark by Covid-19 (November 1st)

The number of coronavirus deaths doubled in the region in only three months, according to a survey by Reuters news agency.

RIO DE JANEIRO,  BRAZIL - On Sunday, November 1st, Latin America passed the 400,000 deaths mark, which represents almost a third of the total number of deaths in the world, according to a Reuters news agency survey.

The region recorded 402,351 deaths and over 11.3 million coronavirus cases on Monday, November 2nd. The first 200,000 coronavirus deaths in Latin America had been recorded on August 2nd.

This means that in only three months the number of victims in the region doubled. Although the number is daunting, daily deaths in Latin America stand at 1,600, according to . . .

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