The Peruvian Ministry of Health this Sunday reported 828,169 accumulated cases and 32,742 deaths from the coronavirus pandemic in the Andean country, whose government has warned to step up policing to keep parties and family gatherings away.
There have been 653 new infections and 77 deaths in the past 24 hours. At the same time, the number of people who were discharged after overcoming the disease has decoded to 706,223.
Peru, the sixth country with the highest incidence of the pandemic, has 7,074 hospitalized patients so far, of whom 1,287 require assisted ventilation.
For his part, the Peruvian Interior Minister César Gentille warned the population this Sunday that the police will continue to take extreme measures to prevent parties or family gatherings from being held, as this is not only a “potential source of contamination” but also “a negative example of what not to do. “