The Chilean government announced this Friday to improve the territorial viewer, which has been operating since last April, with a 3D version, with the help of which a can be used to determine more precisely where COVID-19 is “most active” Contagion curve.
The Ministry of Health reported in its daily balance sheet that a further 3,058 new cases were registered in these 24 hours, a total of 309,274. This makes Chile the sixth country most affected by the pandemic, and the third in the region only behind Brazil and Peru.
A further 99 coronavirus deaths were recorded on the last day, of which 6,781 deaths have already occurred. There are also 24,440 active cases, including 1,990 in the intensive care unit, of which 371 are serious while 278,253 people have recovered.
“Today’s figures show that the improvement continues,” said Health Minister Enrique Paris. “For example, the variation in confirmed cases at national level has been -14% in the past 7 days and -35% in the past 14 days,” he said.