According to data released by the Peruvian Ministry of Health on October 30, there were 2,586 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the country that day, and the cumulative number of confirmed cases exceeded 900,000, reaching 90,180; There were 49 deaths and a total of 34,411 deaths.
Peru confirmed its first case of Coronavirus infection on March 6. The cumulative number of confirmed cases continued to increase significantly after breaking 10,000 on April 14. The number of newly confirmed cases in a single day exceeded 10,000 in mid-August. As the weather in the southern hemisphere gradually warms up, the recent development of the epidemic in Peru has slowed down, and the number of newly diagnosed cases, hospitalizations, and deaths has shown a downward trend.
According to the changes in the epidemic situation, the Peruvian government has recently continuously adjusted its epidemic prevention measures, including extending the national emergency that has been implemented for more than 7 months to November 30, during which time visits to relatives and friends and family gatherings are prohibited; Sundays have been cancelled nationwide
The entire population is banned, but private cars are still banned on Sundays; the curfew will continue until the end of the year; the scope of the resumption of international commercial flights will be relaxed from no more than 4 hours to no more than 8 hours from November. Passengers still need to hold the Coronavirus when entering Peru Negative nucleic acid test report.
The cumulative number of confirmed cases in Peru currently ranks eleventh among countries in the world and fifth among Latin American countries.