Covid-19 In South America Stats

The 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic was confirmed to have reached South America in February 2020. Since then, governments across the region have taken an array of actions to protect their citizens and contain COVID-19’s spread.

As of 13 March, all countries in South America, and the French overseas department of French Guiana, had been infected with at least one case.

Aside from the health risks, there will be an economic impact as well. On March 2, the OECD decreased global GDP growth expectations for the year by half a point to 2.4 percent. Prior to the epidemic, the IMF predicted 1.6 percent GDP growth for the region for 2020. In a perfect storm for economies, dropping oil prices have resulted in plunging Latin American markets and currencies.

RegionConfirmedConfirmed (24h)DeathsDeaths (24h)Deaths (%)RecoveredRecovered (24h)Recovered (%)ActiveActive (%)
Argentina
3,43514716564.8%9194726.8%2,35168.4%
Bolivia
703314336.1%4406.3%61687.6%
Brazil
50,0363,8543,3314076.7%26,5731,25553.1%20,13240.2%
Chile
11,81251616881.4%5,80441849.1%5,84049.4%
Colombia
4,56120521594.7%9275720.3%3,41975.0%
Ecuador
11,183333560235.0%1,3286611.9%9,29583.1%
Falkland Islands
110000.0%4036.4%763.6%
French Guiana
1070100.9%84078.5%2220.6%
Guyana
7037010.0%12317.1%5172.9%
Peru
20,9141,664572422.7%7,42239535.5%12,92061.8%
Paraguay
2207904.1%70831.8%14164.1%
Suriname
1001010.0%6060.0%330.0%
Uruguay
55721202.2%3541763.6%19134.3%
Venezuela
311131003.2%126440.5%17556.3%

Covid-19 South America Maps