Chile Covid-19 vaccination

It was late May. The world was helplessly watching as the Covid-19 pandemic advanced unimpeded country after country in what would later be called “the first wave” of infections. After China, Italy and the UK had become the virus hotspots, cities in the United States, especially New York, followed. And then in late spring, the coronavirus spread throughout South America.

By May 27, Chile, along with Peru, had reached the world’s highest infection rates per capita over a seven-day rolling average, according to Our World in Data (OWID), an independent statistics website headquartered at Oxford University. Chile was rapidly approaching 80,000 infections and more than 800 people had already died by then.

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