Nearly 10,000 deaths due to new coronary pneumonia in Peru

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Source:CCTV News Client

According to the report of the Peruvian Ministry of Health on the 1st of this month, the country has added 3264 new cases in the past 24 hours New Coronary Pneumonia confirmed cases, the cumulative confirmed cases reached 288447 cases. There were 183 new deaths and 9,860 deaths. On the same day, Peruvian Minister of Health Zamora said in an interview with local media that the government has arranged and prepared for the second wave of outbreaks in response. Zamora said that there are 1,250 new detection sites for rapid detection of new pneumococcal pneumonia virus in Peru. Therefore, the government can quickly and accurately grasp the trend of the epidemic. Once the confirmed cases rebound, it will make timely adjustments in policies.

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is reported that since From July 1, Arequipa, Ankas, Junin, Huanco, San Martin and Madredios, among other regions with severe epidemics, will continue to be isolated. Elderly people, children and people with basic illnesses in other areas must still be isolated at home. Children can be accompanied by a guardian for 1 hour a day. In addition, from 1st, the curfew time in most areas of the country is adjusted from 22:00 to 4:00 in the morning from Monday to Sunday. The curfew time in 7 severely epidemic regions is from 2:00 to 04:00 in the morning from Monday to Saturday:00, all the people are banned on Sunday. In addition, Peru entered the third stage of the”economic recovery plan” from the 1st. 96%of the country’s economic activity will be restored in an orderly manner. The government plans to invest 500 million sols (approximately 1 billion yuan) to support tourism enterprises. At the same time, it will also recently introduce measures to invest in agricultural trade, transportation and other enterprises. No subsidies will be granted to enterprises that have not complied with epidemic prevention regulations. (Journalist Liao Junhua)