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Brazil and Mexico together account for 70% of the number of deaths confirmed by the coronavirus in the region. Covas at Cachoeirinha Cemetery in São Paulo (SP), on Friday afternoon (31), during a Covid-19 pandemic Rogério Galese / Estadão Content The number of deaths in Latin America by Covid-19 exceeded 200 thousand on the night of Saturday (1st), according to a Reuters agency count based on official data. Just over a month ago, on June 24, Latin America confirmed 100,000 deaths from Covid-19. The milestone was reached after the Peruvian Ministry of Health confirmed an additional 191 deaths from the disease, reaching a total of 19,408 deaths from the coronavirus. Also on Saturday, Brazil surpassed the 93,000 registered deaths, and Mexico confirmed 764 deaths in 24 hours, reaching 47,472 deaths. Together, the two countries account for 70% of deaths from the disease in the region. Worldwide, the disease has claimed more than 685,000 lives and caused more than 17.8 million cases, according to the Johns Hopkins University balance sheet. Initial plugin text

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