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  4. Brazil now has the second-highest number of coronavirus cases in the world after US  CNN International
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International Covid-19 news: Touted Covid-19 drug 'is dangerous', South America 'the new epicentre' | News24

New coronavirus cases in China fell to zero on Saturday for the first time but surged in India and overwhelmed hospitals across Latin America – both in countries lax about lockdowns and those lauded for firm, early confinement. The virus hit a reopened church in Germany and probably a restaurant, too.New coronavirus cases in China fell to zero on Saturday for the first time but surged in India and overwhelmed hospitals across Latin America – both in countries lax about lockdowns and those lauded for firm, early confinement. The virus hit a reopened church in Germany and probably a restaurant, too.

“Coronavirus cases have been rising sharply in many Latin American countries. Brazil has more than 300,000 officially confirmed cases, 3d highest in the world. Other countries there, such as Mexico, Chile, Ecuador, Peru struggle to contain major outbreaks https://t.co/sc7vChOt4g”

Alfons López Tena on Twitter: "Coronavirus cases have been rising sharply in many Latin American countries. Brazil has more than 300,000 officially confirmed cases, 3d highest in the world. Other countries there, such as Mexico, Chile, Ecuador, Peru struggle to contain major outbreaks https://t.co/sc7vChOt4g"

““We won’t go back to the starting point. It is only for us to decide whether we want to arrive to a better or worse destination than the one from which we departed.” A conversation with former presidents of #LatinAmerica Thanks @LSEPublicPolicy #COVIDー19”

Laura Chinchilla M. on Twitter: "“We won’t go back to the starting point. It is only for us to decide whether we want to arrive to a better or worse destination than the one from which we departed.” A conversation with former presidents of #LatinAmerica Thanks @LSEPublicPolicy #COVIDー19… https://t.co/KE2MpsMgQv"

“⚠️Trouble in Latin America. New daily deaths per capita in: Brazil 🇧🇷 Ecuador 🇪🇨 Peru 🇵🇪 (line behind Brazil) Mexico 🇲🇽 Chile 🇨🇱 Seven-day rolling average of new deaths (per million). #COVID19”

Eric Feigl-Ding on Twitter: "⚠️Trouble in Latin America. New daily deaths per capita in: Brazil 🇧🇷 Ecuador 🇪🇨 Peru 🇵🇪 (line behind Brazil) Mexico 🇲🇽 Chile 🇨🇱 Seven-day rolling average of new deaths (per million). #COVID19… https://t.co/DphfTQKsMq"

“"Hospitals in #LatinAmerica buckling under coronavirus strain" https://t.co/PKAxmqE0tv, @guardian”

Arturo Sarukhan on Twitter: ""Hospitals in #LatinAmerica buckling under coronavirus strain" https://t.co/PKAxmqE0tv, @guardian"

South America has become "a new epicentre" of the deadly coronavirus pandemic, the World Health Organization said Friday, following a surge in the number of COVID-19 infections. "

South America 'a new epicentre' of COVID-19: WHO

Virus outbreak accelerating across region due to recalcitrant leadership, informal economies, loose borders, inadequate health care; Brazil marks 20,000 dead, 3rd highest globallyVirus outbreak accelerating across region due to recalcitrant leadership, informal economies, loose borders, inadequate health care; Brazil marks 20,000 dead, 3rd highest globally

Deaths surge as new infections swamp hospitals in Latin America | The Times of Israel

Brazil this week become the latest flashpoint as its death toll surged past 20,000 to become the third most affected country behind US and RussiaBrazil this week become the latest flashpoint as its death toll surged past 20,000 to become the third most affected country behind US and Russia

WHO declares South America as new coronavirus epicenter

The grim milestone comes as the WHO calls South America 'a new epicentre' of the deadly virus.The grim milestone comes as the WHO calls South America 'a new epicentre' of the deadly virus.

Brazil overtakes Russia to become No 2 in world for virus cases | Brazil News | Al Jazeera

New coronavirus cases dropped to zero in China for the first time Saturday but overwhelmed hospitals across Latin America – both in countries lax about lockdowns and those lauded for firm, early confinement. The virus hit a reopened church in Germany and possibly a restaurant, too.

Coronavirus: The Current Situatuation in the World - Novinite.com - Sofia News Agency

COVID-19 cases drop to zero in China, surge in Latin AmericaThe coronavirus pandemic continued to drop in much of Asia on Saturday even as the outbreak surged in Latin America, as the world grappled with balancing the urge to restart...

COVID-19 cases drop to zero in China, surge in Latin America | Daily Sabah

The state of Sao Paulo remains the epicenter of the spread of infection in the countryThe state of Sao Paulo remains the epicenter of the spread of infection in the country

Brazil overtakes Russia in number of coronavirus cases - Society & Culture - TASS

Brazil overtakes Russia in number of coronavirus cases

The death toll in Brazil has soared past 20,000, and with 310,000 reported cases, it has the third-biggest caseload in the world behind the United States and Russia.The death toll in Brazil has soared past 20,000, and with 310,000 reported cases, it has the third-biggest caseload in the world behind the United States and Russia.

Latin America named virus epicenter as Trump seeks US reopening - World - The Jakarta Post

There have been zero new cases of Covid-19 in China which is a first for the country, which has been hit hardest by the coronavirus.There have been zero new cases of Covid-19 in China which is a first for the country, which has been hit hardest by the coronavirus.

Covid-19 in China: Zero cases reported since the outbreak

WHO says S. America is a 'new epicenter' of the coronavirus pandemic - CGTN

South America is "a new epicenter" of the coronavirus pandemic, the World Health Organization has declared, as US President Donald Trump intensified his push to reopen the reeling American economy.South America is "a new epicenter" of the coronavirus pandemic, the World Health Organization has declared, as US President Donald Trump intensified his push to reopen the reeling American economy.

South America named virus epicenter as Trump seeks US reopening

WHO reports highest daily figure since beginning of outbreak, with many of the infections in Latin America - Anadolu AgencyWHO reports highest daily figure since beginning of outbreak, with many of the infections in Latin America - Anadolu Agency

Latin America passes US, Europe in daily COVID-19 cases

RIO DE JANEIRO: A surging coronavirus is ravaging parts of Latin America, setting records for cases and deaths Friday in some countries in the world’s most unequal region even as the pandemic’s march slows in much of Europe, Asia and the United States. Latin America’s two largest nations — Mexico and Brazil — reported record numbers of infections and deaths almost daily thisRIO DE JANEIRO: A surging coronavirus is ravaging parts of Latin America, setting records for cases and deaths Friday in some countries in the world’s most unequal region even as the pandemic’s march

Record coronavirus infections, deaths hit Latin America | Arab News

South America has become a new epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic with Brazil hardest-hit, while cases are rising in some African countries that so far have a relatively low death toll, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday.South America has become a new epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic with Brazil hardest-hit, while cases are rising in some African countries that so far have a relatively low death toll, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday.

South America a new COVID epicenter, Africa reaches 100,000 cases - Reuters

Brazil remains the area's worst-affected country with over 21,000 coronavirus-related deaths.Brazil remains the area's worst-affected country with over 21,000 coronavirus-related deaths.

Coronavirus: South America 'a new epicentre' of the pandemic, WHO says | Euronews

Brazil has been deemed "most affected" by the coronavirus, according to Dr. Mike Ryan, the WHO's top emergencies expert.Brazil has been deemed "most affected" by the coronavirus, according to Dr. Mike Ryan, the WHO's top emergencies expert.

South America has become new COVID-19 epicenter, WHO says - Business Insider

WASHINGTON, May 23 — The World Health Organisation declared Latin America “a new epicentre” of the coronavirus pandemic yesterday as US President Donald Trump demanded churches reopen despite the ongoing Covid-19 threat. China meanwhile warned that its economy will suffer an immense hit from...WASHINGTON, May 23 — The World Health Organisation declared Latin America “a new epicentre” of the coronavirus pandemic yesterday as US President Donald Trump demanded churches reopen despite the ongoing Covid-19 threat. China meanwhile warned that its economy will suffer an immense hit from...

Latin America named virus epicentre as Trump demands churches reopen | World | Malay Mail

Beijing has reported no new Covid-19 infections for the first time since the pandemic erupted last year, but as the virus dies out in its original epicenter, South America has quickly emerged as a major hotspot.Beijing has reported no new Covid-19 infections for the first time since the pandemic erupted last year, but as the virus dies out in its original epicenter, South America has quickly emerged as a major hotspot.

China reports zero new Covid-19 cases for FIRST TIME as pandemic finds new ‘epicenter’ in South America — RT World News

The death toll in Brazil has soared past 20,000 with 310,000 reported casesThe death toll in Brazil has soared past 20,000 with 310,000 reported cases

Latin America named virus epicentre as Trump seeks US reopening - Daily Nation

The coronavirus pandemic accelerated across Latin America, Russia and the Indian subcontinent on Friday even as infection curves flattened and reopening was underway in much of Europe, Asia and the

Even where virus accelerates, lockdowns are cracking open - The Malta Independent

South America has become a new epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic with Brazil hardest-hit, the World Health Organization says.South America has become a new epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic with Brazil hardest-hit, the World Health Organization says.

Latin America named coronavirus epicentre as Trump seeks US reopening | SBS News

Coronavirus cases and deaths continued to surge in Brazil on Friday with the World Health Organization declaring South America a "new epicentre" of the pandemic.Coronavirus cases and deaths continued to surge in Brazil on Friday with the World Health Organization declaring South America a "new epicentre" of the pandemic.

Latin America has been named 'a new epicentre' of the Covid-19 crisis by the World Health Organisation, as the pandemic slows in Europe.Brazil is the hardest-hit of the countries, with more than 330,000 confirmed cases and 21,000 deaths.

Latin America is 'new Covid-19 epicentre' as pandemic slows in Europe | Metro News

Brazil this week become the latest flashpoint as its death toll surged past 20,000 Brazil this week become the latest flashpoint as its death toll surged past 20,000

South America is the ‘new epicenter’ of coronavirus pandemic, says WHO

Here's the latest from around the world overnight. Here's the latest from around the world overnight.

Coronavirus: Latest on COVID-19 from around the world - Saturday, May 23 | Newshub

Latin America Now COVID-19 Epicenter – WHO

Latin America Now COVID-19 Epicenter – WHO – Channels Television

Read No new virus cases in China but Covid-19 infections and deaths surge in Latin America latest on ITV News. All the World newsChina, where the coronavirus outbreak began late last year, reported no new confirmed infections on Saturday for the first time as cases continued to fall across much of south east Asia. But it is a different story in Latin American, where infections and deaths surged. South Korea recorded 23 fresh infections, way down on the 500 daily cases recorded at the beginning of March. The region is slowly beginning to restart economies while protecting against a feared second wave. In Japan, bar hostesses and other nightlife workers have been issued with guidelines to protect themselves as venues reopen, including wearing masks, gargling every 30 minutes and disinfecting karaoke microphones after each use.

No new virus cases in China but Covid-19 infections and deaths surge in Latin America - ITV News

Brazil is now reporting more than 330,000 cases.Brazil is now reporting more than 330,000 cases.

Brazil reports most coronavirus cases outside of the U.S. - Axios

BERLIN (AP) — New coronavirus cases dropped to zero in China for the first time Saturday but surged in India and overwhelmed hospitals across Latin America – both in countries lax about lockdowns and those lauded for firm, early confinement. The virus hit a reopened church in Germany and probably a restaurant, too. The pandemic’s […]BERLIN (AP) — New coronavirus cases dropped to zero in China for the first time Saturday but surged in India and overwhelmed hospitals across Latin America – both in countries lax about lockdowns a…

Zero cases in China as virus surges in Latin America, India | WGN-TV

SANTIAGO – The total number of coronavirus-related cases in Chile rose to 57,581 on Wednesday, according to the government data, with 589 fatalities and 23,992 recoveries. The world’s largest copper producer has the third highest [...]

Coronavirus cases soar above 57,000 in Chile - Chile News | Breaking News, Views, Analysis

The number of daily new cases continues to increase in countries across the continent.The number of daily new cases continues to increase in countries across the continent.

Brazil registered 1,001 daily coronavirus deaths on Friday, taking total deaths to 21,048, according to the Health Ministry..Brazil. world No. 2. coronavirus cases. united states.World News. International NewsBrazil registered 1,001 daily coronavirus deaths on Friday, taking total deaths to 21,048, according to the Health Ministry..Brazil. world No. 2. coronavirus cases. united states.World News. International News

New hotspot Brazil jumps to world No. 2 in coronavirus cases behind the US | World news | English Manorama

Many governments say they have to shift their focus to saving jobs.Many governments say they have to shift their focus to saving jobs.

Coronavirus accelerates across Latin America, India and Russia | Witney Gazette

Infection numbers are skyrocketing in countries such as Brazil and Mexico.Infection numbers are skyrocketing in countries such as Brazil and Mexico.

Latin America ravaged by record coronavirus deaths and infections | County Times

Latin America's two largest nations — Mexico and Brazil — reported record numbers of infections and deaths almost daily this week, fueling criticism of their presidents, who have slow-walked shutdowns in an attempt to limit economic damageLatin America's two largest nations — Mexico and Brazil — reported record numbers of infections and deaths almost daily this week, fueling criticism of their presidents, who have slow-walked shutdowns in an attempt to limit economic damage

Record coronavirus infections, deaths are ravaging Latin America | coronavirus outbreak News,The Indian Express

With a steadily rising number of COVID-19 cases and ill-equipped and under-funded public health systems, other parts of South America also find themselves in the midst of an uphill battle against the deadly virus.With a steadily rising number of COVID-19 cases and ill-equipped and under-funded public health systems, other parts of South America also find themselves in the midst of an uphill battle against the deadly virus.

Why Covid-19 fears rise in South America as Brazil becomes world’s second largest hotspot | coronavirus outbreak News,The Indian Express

World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that South America has become an “epicentre” of the COVID-19 pandemic as Brazil surpassed Russia's coronavirus tallyWorld Health Organisation (WHO) has said that South America has become an “epicentre” of the COVID-19 pandemic as Brazil surpassed Russia's coronavirus tally

'South America new epicentre of COVID-19 pandemic, Brazil most affected': WHO - Republic World

New cases have been rising sharply in Brazil and Mexico, along with other countries in the region.New cases have been rising sharply in Brazil and Mexico, along with other countries in the region.

Coronavirus: Is Latin America the next epicentre? - BBC News