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  • #76
    Source: https://publimetro.pe/actualidad/cor...-nndc-noticia/

    he number of deaths from coronavirus in Peru rose to 3,024
    As of Tuesday there were 2,914 fatalities. The Ministry of Health also reported that there are 104,020 infected at the national level.

    Updated on 05/20/2020 at 16:00

    The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported on Wednesday that the number of deaths from coronavirus (COVID-19) in the country rose to 3,024. Until yesterday, 2,914 cases were reported.

    Likewise, the number of those infected with COVID-19 is 104,020 positive cases nationwide. Until Tuesday they were 99,483.

    The first coronavirus death in Peru was reported on Thursday, March 19. This was a 78-year-old man who had high blood pressure and had been admitted to the Air Force Hospital with severe respiratory failure.

    The Executive Power ordered the extension of the national state of emergency until Sunday, May 24, 2020. It has been in force in the country since March 16. The measure involves mandatory isolation and restraint in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

    Since May 11, mandatory social restraint (curfew) is in effect from 8 p.m. until 4 a.m. in almost all the country, with the exception of the Tumbes, Piura, Lambayeque, La Libertad and Loreto regions, where the 4 p.m. schedule is maintained. at 4 a.m.
    Children out on the streets

    As of Monday, minors under 14 years of age are already allowed to take to the streets accompanied by an adult. However, the Ministry of Health (Minsa) recommended that outings not be carried out in high-risk districts and departments.

    The capital districts with high risk are: San Juan de Lurigancho, Lima Cercado, San Martín de Porres, Ate, El Agustino, Comas, Villa el Salvador, La Victoria, San Juan de Miraflores, Santa Anita, Rímac, Villa María del Triunfo, Puente Piedra, Los Olivos, Chorrillos, Independencia, Carabayllo, San Miguel, Breña and Surquillo.

    While the regions considered to be at high risk of transmission by COVID-19 are: Arequipa, Callao, Ica, Junín, La Libertad, Lambayeque, Loreto, Piura, Tumbes and Ucayali, as well as all its provinces and districts.

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    • #77
      Source: https://publimetro.pe/actualidad/cor...-nndc-noticia/

      The number of deaths from coronavirus in Peru rose to 3,148
      As of Wednesday there were 3,024 cases. The Ministry of Health also reported that there are 108,769 infected at the national level.
      Updated on 05/21/2020 at 14:41

      The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported on Thursday that the number of deaths from coronavirus (COVID-19) in the country rose to 3,148. Until yesterday, 3,024 cases were reported.

      Likewise, the number of those infected with COVID-19 is 108,769 positive cases nationwide. Until Wednesday there were 104,020.

      The first coronavirus death in Peru was reported on Thursday, March 19. This was a 78-year-old man who had high blood pressure and had been admitted to the Air Force Hospital with severe respiratory failure.

      The Executive Power ordered the extension of the state of national emergency until Sunday, May 24, 2020. It has been in force in the country since March 16. The measure involves mandatory isolation and restraint in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

      From May 11, the mandatory social immobilization (curfew) will be effective from 8 p.m. until 4 a.m. in almost all the country, with the exception of the Tumbes, Piura, Lambayeque, La Libertad and Loreto regions, where the 4 p.m. schedule is maintained. at 4 a.m.
      Children out on the streets

      Since Monday, May 18, minors under 14 years of age are already allowed to take to the streets with an adult. However, the Ministry of Health (Minsa) recommended that outings not be carried out in high-risk districts and departments.

      The capital districts with high risk are: San Juan de Lurigancho, Lima Cercado, San Martín de Porres, Ate, El Agustino, Comas, Villa el Salvador, La Victoria, San Juan de Miraflores, Santa Anita, Rímac, Villa María del Triunfo, Puente Piedra, Los Olivos, Chorrillos, Independencia, Carabayllo, San Miguel, Breña and Surquillo.

      While the regions considered to be at high risk of transmission by COVID-19 are: Arequipa, Callao, Ica, Junín, La Libertad, Lambayeque, Loreto, Piura, Tumbes and Ucayali, as well as all its provinces and districts.

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      • #78
        111,698 cases; 3,244 deaths. Lockdown extended til end of June: https://nationalpost.com/pmn/health-...il-end-of-june

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        • #79
          115,754 cases; 3,373 deaths: https://andina.pe/Ingles/noticia-per...ed-798602.aspx

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          • #80
            119,959 cases; 3,456 deaths: https://andina.pe/Ingles/noticia-per...ed-798678.aspx

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            • #81
              123,979 cases; 3,629 deaths: https://andina.pe/ingles/noticia-per...ed-798821.aspx

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              • #82
                129,751 cases; 3788 deaths: https://andina.pe/agencia/noticia-pe...ed-798995.aspx

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                • #83
                  Source: https://depor.com/off-side/coronavir...-actualizadas- del-covid-19-pandemic-quarantine-presidency-news /

                  According to the Minsa, report to Wednesday May 27: 135,905 positive cases and 3,983 deaths
                  The Ministry of Health published the latest report of infections and deaths in the country, as well as the number of recovered.
                  Drafting Depor
                  Updated on 05/27/2020 at 17:04

                  Coronavirus infections in Peru continue to increase. The Ministry of Health today published its latest report of cases processed until midnight on Wednesday, May 27, where it was announced that confirmed cases of coronavirus increased to 135,905 nationwide, as well as deaths, which rose to 3,983.

                  According to the Minsa press release, a total of 905,278 COVID-19 tests were taken, resulting in 135,905 positive cases (between molecular and serological tests) and 769,373 negative. Likewise, of the total positives, 8,267 patients are hospitalized, 926 in ICU with mechanical ventilation.

                  In the last 24 hours there were 195 deaths from coronavirus, giving a total of 3,983 deaths across the country. Lambayeque leads the case fatality rate, with 8.94% of the total of infected, followed by Ica with 9.84%. Huancavelica has only one death, while Apurimac remains at zero.

                  Lima continues to be the region with the highest number of infected by Covid-19 to date with 84,994. The following regions also present patients with Covid-19: Callao (9495), Lambayeque (6732), Piura (6039), Loreto (3816), La Libertad (3523), Ucayali (3238), Ancash (3196), Arequipa (2787 ), Ica (2476), Junín (1578), Tumbes (1115), San Martín (1037), Cusco (899), Huánuco (741), Cajamarca (645), Ayacucho (622), Amazonas (533), Moquegua ( 423), Pasco (416), Madre de Dios (388), Huancavelica (379), Tacna (360), Puno (322) and Apurímac (151).

                  Recovered cases continue to rise thanks to the efforts of medical personnel. According to the Minsa report, 56,169 people have completed their period of home isolation or were discharged from a health facility.

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                  • #84
                    Source: https://www.infobae.com/america/agen...s-de-covid-19/

                    Peru exceeds 4,000 deaths and 140,000 cases of COVID-19
                    By Newsroom Infobae
                    May 28, 2020

                    Lima, May 28 (EFE) .- Peru on Thursday exceeded the 4,000 deaths and 140,000 detected cases of the COVID-19 epidemic, which maintains its strong impact in the Andean country, the second most affected by the disease in Latin America.
                    The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported that in the last few hours 116 other people died and 5,874 cases were detected, after 23,519 tests had been taken.
                    With these figures, the total number of deaths in the country rose to 4,099 and the cases detected to 141,779, while the tests reached 928,797 nationwide.
                    Of the total cases detected, 8,395 have been hospitalized, 128 more than the previous day, while 943 of them remain in intensive care units (ICU) with mechanical ventilation.
                    ALMOST 60,000 RECOVERED
                    Despite the high rate of infection, the Ministry added that in the last few hours, 3,363 other people also recovered, reaching 59,442 affected persons who completed their period of home isolation or were discharged from a hospital.
                    Lima, a city with 10 million inhabitants, remained the most affected in the country, reaching a total of 87,478 cases, followed by the neighboring port of Callao, with 9,953, and the northern regions of Lambayeque, with 7,020; Piura, with 6,942, and Loreto, with 3,959.
                    The president of the Council of Ministers, Vicente Zeballos, reported, in turn, that so far 137 police officers have died and 7,793 are infected, 323 of whom remain hospitalized.
                    PATIENTS IN THEIR HOUSING
                    In a presentation before the plenary session of Congress, Zeballos explained that 85% of those infected with COVID-19 remain in their homes, since "they do not require hospitalization, but they do require medical attention, accompaniment and state assistance."
                    The Prime Minister also said that "a new economic subsidy" is being evaluated within the Executive to deliver to the most vulnerable population, as the quarantine for the health emergency has been extended until June 30.
                    He recalled that since the quarantine was issued, on March 16, the Executive has approved decrees that established the universalization of the right to health, the compulsory commercialization of generic drugs and the provision of financial aid.
                    Zeballos also highlighted the increase in the capacity of patient care, which has allowed 1,090 ICU beds and 10,965 hospital beds, with the intention of reaching 20,000 of these and 2,000 intensive care by the end of June.
                    INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT
                    For its part, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that the World Food Program (WFP) will grant $ 2 million to the Peruvian government to provide humanitarian assistance to the vulnerable population, including migrants and refugees who have been affected by the economic crisis. .
                    Of this contribution, which comes from multilateral funds, $ 1.5 million will go to a "cash transfer scheme" and $ 500,000 to strengthen the efforts of the Peruvian government to improve the humanitarian logistics chain.
                    Foreign Affairs explained that thanks to this initiative, the allocation of economic bonds that are delivered in Peru may be extended to some 14,000 additional beneficiaries, in addition to strengthening the coordination and logistical support that WFP gives to the National Institute of Civil Defense of Peru ( Indeci).
                    USA DELIVERY 8 MILLION
                    The United States embassy reported, for its part, that the Government of its country has "committed" the delivery of 8 million to Peru in alliance with the World Council of Savings and Credit Cooperatives (WOCCU), to support immigrants and Venezuelan refugees and the low-income local population.
                    The project, to be delivered through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), will begin in June 2020 and run until May 2023 with the aim of increasing access to finance, helping entrepreneurs and facilitating access to employment opportunities.
                    It will be implemented through the Economic Inclusion Project to complement the efforts of the Governments of the United States, Peru and humanitarian organizations such as the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
                    WOCCU has partnered with the Federation of Credit and Savings Cooperatives (FENACREP) and HIAS Inc., which "will bring unique expertise" to support the project, which will also deploy "a strong grant service" to reach and integrate local organizations into its activities and provide support through initial grants to individual entrepreneurs, the embassy concluded.

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                    • #85
                      148,285 cases; 4,230 deaths: https://andina.pe/Ingles/noticia-per...ed-799497.aspx

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                      • #86
                        155,671 cases; 4,371 deaths: https://andina.pe/ingles/noticia-per...ed-799600.aspx

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                        • #87
                          170,039 cases; 4,634 deaths: https://andina.pe/Ingles/noticia-per...ed-799794.aspx

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