12:28 Surprised!An average of 470 people in Colombia die from the disease every day, the intensive care unit is almost full



The recent outbreak of anti-government demonstrations in Colombia has also caused the Wuhan pneumonia epidemic to worsen. At present, an average of 470 people die from the epidemic every day in Colombia, and the intensive care units everywhere are almost running out.  (European News Agency)

The recent outbreak of anti-government demonstrations in Colombia has also caused the Wuhan pneumonia epidemic to worsen. At present, an average of 470 people die from the epidemic every day in Colombia, and the intensive care units everywhere are almost running out. (European News Agency)

2021/05/15 12:28

[Real-time news/comprehensive report]Colombia has recently broken out anti-government demonstrations, but the authorities warned that the gathering of people will worsen the epidemic of Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19). At present, there are an average of 470 deaths in Colombia every day. The intensive care unit is almost running out.

According to “Reuters”, since April 28, Colombians have taken to the streets to rant about tax reforms. Although the government later stopped changing the tax rate, demonstrators turned to protest police violence and inequality between the rich and the poor.

During this period, Colombia set the highest number of deaths in a single day of 505 confirmed deaths in a day. The average daily death toll was around 470, and the cumulative number of deaths reached 80,250.

In addition, the utilization rate of the Wufei intensive care unit in the capital Bogota is 94%, and the other major cities of Medellin and Cali have also reached 99% and 95% respectively. Health experts emphasized that they respect the people’s right to protest, but there really can be no more large gatherings.

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Colombians took to the streets angrily against tax reforms, and later changed to protest police violence and inequality between the rich and the poor.  (Reuters)

Colombians took to the streets angrily against tax reforms, and later changed to protest police violence and inequality between the rich and the poor. (Reuters)



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