Authorities in Peru have reported that coronavirus cases are stabilising in the Andean country, with some regions exhibiting a downward trend after months of lockdown.

Peru has recorded nearly 740,000 cases of the coronavirus, the fifth highest case load in the world, and 30,927 deaths as of Tuesday (September 15).

It has tracked amongst the world’s deadliest in fatality rate per capita, with 94 deaths per 100,000 residents.

However, authorities say positive results from lockdown are starting to come through. 

Source: ALJAZEERA

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