June 20, 2024

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In the United States, the countries with the lowest cov- eral mortality are DR

Despite the positive increase in Govt-19 in recent weeks, beds are in high demand, and despite the shortage of these in various health centers in Greater Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic has the lowest mortality rate from Govit-19 in the United States.

Worldwide, seven countries with more than one million deaths are currently India, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, the United States and Japan, according to figures from our World in Data site at Oxford University.

But on the U.S. continent, which includes 35 countries, the list of deaths is Uruguay-led, a country that has used a “permitting policy” against the coup in recent months, according to an AFP agency report.

For two weeks, Uruguay has been one of the countries with the highest number of deaths per million people. The most recent death toll from Govt-19 is estimated at 4,460.

The strain, which is more prevalent in that country, is more dangerous and contagious than it appeared in China. S.e is about the Brazilian variant P1, Was discovered a few days ago in the Dominican Republic.

The top five are Paraguay, Argentina, Colombia and Brazil.

The United States ranks 16th in the United States, followed by the Dominican Republic in eighth place and 24th out of 28 countries.

According to the Public Health Epidemiology Bulletin No. 442, published on Friday, June 4th, The Dominican Republic has a total of 3,646 deaths And a death toll of 348.95 million people.

This data indicates a mortality rate of 1.22.

The first case of Covit-19 in Latin America was reported by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) on February 23, 2020 in Brazil. However, in the United States region, the first imported case was identified in the United States on January 21st.

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One year and three months after the onset of the disease in Brazil, Latin America and the Caribbean account for more than a million deaths, According to PAHO Director Karisa Etienne.

“As of May 21, countries and territories in the United States have reported 1,001,781 deaths from the SARS-CoV-2 virus in Latin America and the Caribbean,” the organization said.

Nearly 89% of these deaths occurred in five countries: Brazil (44.3%), Mexico (22.1%), Colombia (8.3%), Argentina (7.3) and Peru (6.7%). 3% of deaths occurred in Central America and 1% in the Caribbean.

But as of this publication, the Dominican Republic’s Ministry of Public Health has reported nearly two million deaths in the U.S. region.

Exact data 1,785,897 deaths, 1,720.97 deaths per one million people.