As the delta variant continues to surge around the world, the landscape of outbreaks in South America and Latin America has begun to change drastically, according to data from The New York Times.
- Daily case numbers remain high across the region — and among some of the highest in the world, per WHO data.
- Surprisingly, infection rates have begun to fall in several high caseload countries while infection rates have begun to surge in a few new countries, per New York Times data.
Here’s what’s going on in South America and Latin America.
+INFO: Deseret News