United Kingdom  

Brazil and Mexico report record surge in coronavirus cases as Latin America reels

Reuters Friday, 15 May 2020 ()
Brazil and Mexico on Thursday reported a record one-day rise in new coronavirus cases, just as leaders of both countries intensified attempts to reopen their economies even as the spread of the virus in Latin America is seemingly gathering pace.
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 

Related videos from verified sources

COVID-19 Isn't Mutating, but Experts Say It's Still Dangerous [Video]

COVID-19 Isn't Mutating, but Experts Say It's Still Dangerous

COVID-19 Isn't Mutating, but Experts Say It's Still Dangerous According to the World Health Organization's Maria Van Kerkhove, the virus is not becoming more severe or more transmittable. But..

Credit: Wibbitz Studio     Duration: 01:28Published
Study IDs Where Vast Majority Of COVID-19 Transmission Takes Place [Video]

Study IDs Where Vast Majority Of COVID-19 Transmission Takes Place

Hong Kong epidemiologists have found that just 20% of cases studied there were responsible for 80% of all coronavirus transmission. According to Business Insider, the researchers also found that 70%..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:44Published
Dallas County Sees Record Number Of New Coronavirus Cases (257) And Deaths (16) [Video]

Dallas County Sees Record Number Of New Coronavirus Cases (257) And Deaths (16)

To the extent possible, please find ways to maintain 6 foot social distancing, wear a face covering when in crowds," Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said.

Credit: CBS 11 Dallas     Duration: 00:28Published

Related news from verified sources

Virus cases drop to zero in China but...

Latin America’s two largest nations – Mexico and Brazil – have reported record numbers of infections and deaths almost daily this week.
Express and Star


Tweets about this