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Pandemic ‘an opportunity’ for Latin America, regional director of UNDP says

COVID-19 has already infected 6.7 million people with 260,000 deaths in the region.

Americas suffer ‘mental health crisis’ due to pandemic, which is rebounding in Europe and Asia

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing an unprecedented mental health crisis in the American continent, PAHO warned Tuesday, while the infections once again set off alarms in Spain and began a new phase in the Asia-Pacific region.

Young Latinos vent pandemic fury after lost 2020

For four young adults across Latin America, 2020 was meant to be a year of freedom and opportunity. Instead, the coronavirus pandemic brought confinement and frustration. 

Latin America must control pandemic in order to reactivate economy, PAHO argues

If the pandemic transmission curve is not brought under control, countries’ economies will be unable to recover, the PAHO argues.

The virus advances in a world losing faith in authorities

For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began, more than 280,000 new cases were registered worldwide in 24 hours

Pandemic ‘showing no signs of slowing down’ in the Americas, PAHO says

As of July 20 there were 311,000 deaths in the Americas and that last week the region reached the level of 900,000 new cases with 22,000 deaths, mostly in Brazil, Mexico and the United States.

Brazil’s skeptical president has virus, US starts WHO withdrawal

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has consistently downplayed the risks of coronavirus, announced Tuesday he has tested positive as the United States launched its withdrawal from the World Health Organization (WHO).

EU reopens to outside visitors; Costa Rica and U.S. not on list of approved countries

The European Union reopened its borders on Wednesday to visitors from 15 countries but excluded the United States.

Latin America, Caribbean may see virus deaths quadruple, PAHO says

Mexico and most of Central America are likely to reach coronavirus peaks in mid-August, the WHO says.

The US exceeds 2.5 million cases as the pandemic worsens in Latin America

The United States surpassed 2.5 million coronavirus cases Saturday, and the pandemic continues to worsen in Latin America as a second wave threatens Europe.

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