coronavirus (COVID-19) in
 Chile

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Newsnodes
17 Jun 2020, 20:57
Chile has revised the reported amount of cases yesterday which is affected today. As a result around 31500 new cases are now added to the total of confirmed cases in Chile. More info: www.latercera.com

Newsnodes
8 Jun 2020, 23:36
Chile has revised the reported amount of deaths in their country. They have now added 553 new deaths to the June 7 report! More info: cdn.digital.gob.cl

Newsnodes
9 May 2020, 12:40
Test data and test chart have been added for Chile!

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 LATEST NEWSNODES DATA



    CONFIRMED CASES
319493
in total
( +2639)
daily average*


    REPORTED DEATHS
7069
in total
( +91)
daily average*


    SAMPLES TESTED
1322503
in total
( +16025)
daily average*
test data provided by: Newsnodes

Latest update: 14 July, 20:04 CET
*) The daily average increase is the average number of new cases/deaths/tests reported in the last 7 days.

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 CHILE DATA

Daily reporting time:
~19:30hrs CET

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 7-DAY MOVING AVERAGE NEW CASES / 1 MLN INHABITANTS, THE SOUTHERN CONE

Data range:  11 Mar19 Jun - 13 Jul © newsnodes.com    

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 7-DAY MOVING AVERAGE NEW DEATHS / 1 MLN INHABITANTS, THE SOUTHERN CONE

Data range:  11 Mar19 Jun - 13 Jul © newsnodes.com    

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 NEW CONFIRMED CASES PER DAY (CHILE)

Data range:  19 Jun - 14 Jul11 Mar - 14 Jul © newsnodes.com    



 NEW DEATHS PER DAY (CHILE)

Data range:  19 Jun - 14 Jul11 Mar - 14 Jul © newsnodes.com    



 SAMPLES TESTED PER DAY (CHILE)

Data range:  16 Jun - 14 Jul © newsnodes.com    
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 TABLE: COVID-19 DATA FOR CHILE


Below is all historic data provided by Newsnodes. The historic data is a mix of data collected from the World Health Organization, Governments and National Public Health Authorities.

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