Summary: Latin America epidemic easement and monitoring must still "go together together"

Xinhua News Agency, Mexico City, April 24th. Summary: Latin America’s epidemic is still "together in" Xinhua News Agency reporter Liao Siwei. Recently, Latin America’s new crown cases have continued to decrease.

Thanks to the high vaccination coverage, Paraguay, Uruguay and other countries have canceled the regulations for compulsory masks, and Brazil announced that it has ended a state of public health.

Although the epidemic is generally good, experts remind that looking at the entire Latin American region and even the world, the level of epidemic prevention has not reached the point where the new infection cases are fully controlled, and vaccination must be promoted to implement epidemic monitoring.

The Brazilian Minister of Health Marcelo Kaeloga signed a decree to end the country’s new crown epidemic public health emergency on the 22nd. The decree will be officially effective after 30 days after the Federal Gazette. In a bulletin, the Brazilian Ministry of Health said that compared with the peak state due to Omikon poisonous strains earlier this year, the dynamic average of the newly added new crown infection cases and death cases in Brazil has fallen by about 80%.

The Ministry of Health said that the high coverage of vaccination is one of the main reasons for the slowdown of the Brazilian epidemic, and vaccination is still a "priority" to respond to the epidemic. According to the data provided by the Cuban Ministry of Public Health, in the week of the 24th, Cuba’s new crowned cases and death cases continued to decrease; at the same time, the country’s large -scale vaccination in the country continued. Cuban President Dias-Carnell posted on social media that he should be vigilant about the new crown virus, "don’t reduce our views on risks."

Laul Ginovat, dean of the University of Havana University of Havana, predicted: "In the next 10 days, it is expected that confirmed cases and the number of hospitalizations will decrease." But there will always be very fragile people, and the state must be responsible for them. The Peruvian government announced on the 20th that in areas where the proportion of three -dose vaccine crowd reached 80%, wearing masks in public places was adjusted to "non -compulsory" measures.

Saisar Monico, director of public health monitoring of the National Popularity Prevention and Control Center of the Ministry of Health of the Ministry of Health, explained: "The third wave of epidemic has ended, and the number of new cases and the number of residents remained at a low position.

In addition, the vaccination of the second and third dose vaccine is steadily advancing.

"Ecuador Health Minister Hemona Galson said on the 21st that due to the decrease of new cases of infection cases for several weeks, the bed occupancy rate of new crown patients in public hospitals is declining.

Gar Song has attributed the obvious improvement of the epidemic situation to the "success" implementation of the national new crown vaccination plan.

"If all indicators continue to improve, we are likely to relax the epidemic prevention policies, such as canceling the regulations of wearing masks in public places." Garsson said.

Data released by the Ministry of Health of Panama show that during the statistical cycle from April 17th to 23rd, there were 2,892 confirmed cases in the country, 4 cases of death.

Minister of Health Su Kele said on the 21st that the Panama epidemic is "quite stable". Although the government has canceled the regulations for mandatory masks, most people still insist on wearing masks outdoors. Karisa Etien, director of the Pan -Mei Health Organization, pointed out on the 20th that overall, more than two -thirds of the Latin America and Caribbean have two new -doses of new crown vaccines, but there are only less than 30 countries such as Haiti, Jamaica and other countries. %Of the people completed the vaccination throughout the process, and the vaccine coverage rates in Guatemala, Guyana and other countries have not yet reached 50%. Sirro Ugat, director of the Emergency Health Event Department of the Pan -Mei Health Organization, warned: "From the regional and global level, we have not reached the point where we have completely controlled the cases and death cases … At the stage, the only way is to achieve large -scale coverage of vaccination and continue to monitor and clinical management of epidemic conditions.

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