COVID-19 pandemic in Chile

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COVID-19 pandemic in Chile
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Map with confirmed cases and deaths by region as of 8 September 2021.
DiseaseCOVID-19
Virus strainSARS-CoV-2
LocationChile
Index caseSan Javier, Maule Region
Arrival date3 March 2020
(1 year, 7 months and 2 weeks)
Confirmed cases1,667,547[1]
Hospitalized cases1,109[1]
Ventilator cases1,812[1]
Recovered1,620,240[1][a]
Deaths
37,595 (PCR+)[1]
48,405 (all cases)[b]
Fatality rate2.25%
Government website
Gob.cl: Cifras Oficiales

The worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) severely affected Chile. The virus was confirmed to have reached Chile on 3 March 2020.[5] Initial cases had been imported from Southeast Asia and Europe, and expanded into a large number of untraceable infections, placing the country within phase 4 of the pandemic as defined by the World Health Organization, with over 1,000 confirmed cases by 25 March 2020.

The cases are concentrated in the Santiago metropolitan area, with outbreaks in other regions in the country. No national lockdown was established in Chile, unlike in neighboring Argentina and Peru, although a night curfew was implemented throughout the country. Quarantines were established locally in different cities and neighborhoods. However, in May 2020 the whole city of Santiago was put under mandatory quarantine due to an increase of cases, and similar situations were extended to most of the largest cities in Chile.

Considering its population, by June 2020 Chile had one of the worst outbreaks in the world,[6] with more than 85,000 cases and 2,400 deaths per million inhabitants.[1] Initially, the number of fatalities reported was lower than in other countries in South America, even those with fewer cases. However, in May 2020, the number of cases and deaths increased rapidly, while several sources reported excess deaths not officially attributed to covid, which were not counted.[7][8] By June 2020, the government confirmed thousands of additional deaths due to COVID-19, including suspected cases where PCR tests were not available.[9] The pandemic reached a peak on 13 June with 195 daily confirmed deaths and nearly 7,000 positive cases.[1] By July 2020, 10,000 people had died, and Chile had the sixth largest number of cases in the world.[10][11] In the following weeks, the number of daily cases and deaths started to decrease slowly, although some local outbreaks appeared. The number of cases increased later in the year, and by March 2021 the number of daily cases exceeded those in the initial wave.[12]

Chile became one of the first countries to start a nationwide program to vaccinate against COVID-19. On 24 December 2020, the first batch of vaccines arrived in the country to inoculate mainly health workers.[13] With larger batches of vaccines (mainly Sinovac's CoronaVac) arriving from February 2021, Chile became one of the fastest countries in the world to inoculate their population: by March 2021 a quarter of the population had received at least one dose. This fast response was due to signing contracts with multiple providers, a strong public immunization program, and little anti-vaccine sentiment.[14] Despite the success of the vaccination program the number of cases increased, which has been attributed to early relaxation of restrictions and a false sense of security.[15][16][17]

The impact of the pandemic has been great in the South American country. In March 2020, when the first cases of COVID-19 were reported, the country was still facing protests and riots[c] that had begun in October 2019, and the pandemic affected the scheduled 2020 Chilean national plebiscite, which was rescheduled and held later in the year. Partial lockdowns and quarantines were established in the first months, hitting the economy of the country. By April 2020, unemployment had reached 9%, a ten-year high.[19][20] A wave of protests sparked in late May, mainly in Santiago, due to food shortages in certain sectors of the population.[21] The Chilean GDP shrank by a 5.8% in 2020, the largest recession in 40 years in the country.[22]

Background

A COVID-19 patient being treated in the Catholic University Hospital, in Santiago.

On 12 January, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that a novel coronavirus was the cause of a respiratory illness in a cluster of people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, which first came to the attention of the WHO on 31 December 2019.[23][24]

The case fatality rate for COVID-19 was much lower than that due to the 2002–2004 SARS outbreak, which was due to another coronavirus, SARS-CoV-1,[25][26] but the transmittability was significantly greater, leading to many deaths due to the large number of cases.[27][25]

Timeline

2020

March

  • 3 March: The Ministry of Health confirms the first case of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in Chile, making it the fifth country in Latin America to report such an instance after Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador and Argentina.[5][28] Patient zero was identified to be a 33-year-old man living in San Javier and tested in Talca, Maule Region. He contracted the virus while on honeymoon in Southeast Asia.[29]
  • 4 March: The government confirms two more cases. One being patient zero's wife and the other being a 56-year-old woman who had travelled through several European countries, including Italy.[30] She was also the first case in Santiago.[31]
  • 7 March: The Ministry of Health confirms the first case in a minor, a 17-year-old boy who had travelled to Europe with the third and fifth confirmed patients with the virus.[32] The first case in Puerto Montt is identified.[33]
  • 8 March: 3 more cases are confirmed, including an 83-year-old woman who contracted the virus from a family member visiting her from New York, who later presented symptoms themselves and was diagnosed with COVID-19 upon return to the United States.[34] This is considered the first case infected within Chile.[35]
  • 9 March: A 2-year-old infant is infected, becoming part of the Maule cluster, and the first case is declared in the Biobío Region. The Ministry of Health announces that it would start reporting new cases in a daily manner instead of case by case as they were confirmed.[36][37]
  • 11 March: The number of cases in the country reaches 23, 14 of them being in the Santiago Metropolitan Region, which became the first region in Chile with over ten confirmed cases. Most of them are located in the upper-class neighbourhoods of Las Condes, Vitacura and Lo Barnechea.[38][39]
  • 13 March:
  • 14 March: 18 new cases are confirmed, increasing the total number of confirmed cases to 61.[41] The first cases are announced the regions of Antofagasta (2 cases), Atacama (1) and Aysén (1), the latter being an 83-year-old British tourist aboard a cruise ship that landed in Puerto Chacabuco after showing symptoms of COVID-19, having previously disembarked in Caleta Tortel.[42] As a precaution, nearly 1,300 fellow-passengers on two cruises, along with the entire town of Tortel, are quarantined.[43][44]
    The President and Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies of Chile using protective masks.
  • 16 March: 81 new cases are confirmed in a single day, increasing the total to 156 confirmed cases. According to the definition of the Health Organization (WHO), the start of stage 4 of the pandemic begins, as President Piñera announces the closure of "all land, sea and air borders (...) for the transit of foreign people". Chilean nationals and permanent residents were allowed to enter after a mandatory 14-day quarantine.[45]
  • 17 March: A cluster of more than 20 cases is confirmed in Chillán. The virus had spread due to direct and indirect interpersonal contact within a gymnasium.[46] Pedro Edmunds Paoa, mayor of Easter Island (Rapa Nui), announces that Mataveri Airport would close to avoid the virus reaching the isolated island.[47]
  • 18 March: The Government issues a 90-day state of catastrophe in an attempt to take greater control of spread of the virus, effective at midnight.[48] The state of catastrophe was ultimately renewed by the President for the entire year.
  • 19 March: The first day with more than 100 cases confirmed, bringing the total to 342.[49] The same day, the couple who were the first reported cases of COVID-19 were deemed to have recovered, and were sent home to begin a post-recovery quarantine.[50]
  • 20 March: The mayors of Las Condes, La Reina and Vitacura declare a preventive quarantine for these sectors of the capital, where many confirmed cases of coronavirus had been recorded.[51]
  • 21 March: Health Minister Jaime Mañalich confirms the first death due to coronavirus infection in Chile, an 83-year-old woman from Santiago.[52]
  • 22 March: The number of total coronavirus cases reported reaches 632. A nationwide curfew is imposed between the hours of 22:00 and 5:00,[53] while Easter Island (Rapa Nui) establishes a curfew from 14:00 to 5:00.[54]
  • 24 March: The first case in Easter Island (Rapa Nui) is reported, despite the measures taken days before.[55]
  • 25 March: The number of cases reaches 1,000. A total of 1,142 cases and 3 deaths are reported by the government.[56]
  • 26 March: Lockdown is introduced in 7 communes of Greater Santiago (Santiago, Independencia, Providencia, Ñuñoa, Las Condes, Vitacura, and Lo Barnechea).[57]
  • 27 March: Lockdown is introduced in Temuco and Padre Las Casas (Araucanía Region) due to high increase on new cases.[58]
Cases per population in selected countries. Since May 2020, Chile became one of the countries with the largest numbers of infected people in the world.

April - May

  • 19 April: In a cadena nacional, President Piñera announces a gradual process to adapt to a "new normal", including reopening schools by May 2020 and the return of public workers to office.[59]
  • 29 April: Minister Jaime Mañalich backs down on earlier plans for Immunity certificates, saying they would launch "release certificates" not certifying immunity instead.[60] No certificate is eventually launched.[61]
  • 30 April: Joaquín Lavín, mayor of Las Condes,[62] reopens the first shopping centre in Santiago, which closes the following day.[63]
  • 15 May: Quarantine is extended to the entire Santiago Metropolitan area.[64]
  • 28 May: The Chilean government confirms a total of 86,943 cases, surpassing the number of official cases recorded in China, the source of the pandemic.[65]

June

  • 2 June: The Ministry of Health changes the definition of active cases, reducing them to a third. According to the Ministry, an active case is considered recovered 14 days after the start of symptoms and not since the detection of the virus, as it was considered before.[66] The number of recovered cases disappears from the Ministry's daily reports.[67]
  • 3 June: The Ministry of Health implements new criteria to consider a death as related or due to COVID-19. The number of deaths the day before reaches a new maximum of 87 cases and a third of them (33) are incorporated due to the new criteria.[68]
  • 6 June: Santiago Metropolitan Region surpasses 100,000 cases, while the number of deaths recorded reaches 1,184 cases in the region.[69]
  • 7 June: Minister Jaime Mañalich announces that 653 additional deaths were not considered in previous reports and will be incorporated in the official reports in the following deaths. Adding those cases to the 1,637 official cases, the number of deaths reaches 2,190 cases.[70]
  • 9 June: The government announces a new change in the method of counting fatalities, identifying the cases using text mining on the death certificates issued by the Civil Registry and Identification Service. Although the new method identified more cases in the long term, it produced a lag in the daily reports. Owing to the change in methodology, 19 new deaths are reported.[71]
  • 10 June: The first complete report with the new methodology for identifying deaths is released, including 192 cases. The number of confirmed cases reaches 148,496 people.[72]
  • 13 June: A report released by Ciper informs the Stastistics Department of the Ministry of Health reported more than 5,000 deaths related to COVID-19 to the World Health Organization, a smaller number than the number available in public reports.[73][74] Undersecretary Paula Daza confirms there was a parallel count including suspected cases but it was not available in a daily basis and was not official.[75] Minister Jaime Mañalich resigns and is replaced by Enrique Paris.[74][76]
  • 20 June: The Ministry of Health reports for the first time the number of suspected deaths related to COVID-19, informed to the WHO. A total of 7,144 deaths were released by the Department of Statistics and Health Information (DEIS). However, the government confirmed this number won't be released daily, reporting only the cases with positive PCR tests and cataloged as "COVID-19 related death" by the Civil Registry.[9]
An intensive care physician in Santiago, Chile.

July - August

  • 5 July: The total deaths due to COVID-19 (including confirmed and suspected) surpasses the 10,000 mark according to the weekly DEIS report.[10]
  • 17 July: The Ministry of Health changes the criteria for counting deaths due to COVID in their daily report. Since that day, it uses only the data of confirmed deaths with positive PCR tests according to the DEIS report, replacing the former criteria based on the Civil Registry. The change includes 1,057 additional deaths. However, suspected deaths without available PCR testing will continue being released weekly.[77]
  • 18 July: The government announces the "Paso a Paso nos cuidamos" ("Step by step we take care of ourselves") program with five different dynamic steps for lockdown lifting, establishing different restrictions to communes depending on the "step" they were: Step 1, Quarantine; Step 2, Transition (weekend quarantine); Step 3, Preparation; Step 4, Initial opening; and 5, Advanced opening.[78][79]
  • 16 August: After 143 days, the government announces an end to the lockdown in the entire commune of Santiago, the longest in the country at the moment.[80][81]
  • 19 August: Punta Arenas is declared under quarantine due to the increase in cases.[82] The outbreak in the Magallanes Region became in the following months one of the worst in the country.[83][84]

October - December

2021

COVID-19 vaccination program in Santiago.

January - February

  • 20 January: The Paso a Paso programme is modified and theaters, circuses and cinemas are allowed to operate in communes in Step 3 or above, although with reduced capacities.[91]
  • 3 February: After the initial programme focusing on emergency health workers is completed, a mass vaccination programme starts: 163,000 people were vaccinated, most over 90 years old, on the first day with CoronaVac produced by Sinovac Biotech.
  • 19 February: Despite initial restrictions, casinos are allowed to operate with exception of communes under Step 1 restrictions.[92]
  • 20 February: The Ministry of Education confirms in-person school classes will start nationally on 1 March 2021 with face-to-face activities, even though several mayors and teachers' unions had public reservations with the announcement.[93]

March

  • 4 March: All the communes of the Greater Concepción (the third largest metropolitan area of the country) are placed under quarantine.[94]
  • 8 March: Quarantine is announced in La Serena, Coquimbo and Valparaíso.[95]
  • 10 March: Congress approves a 90-day extension of the state of catastrophe. Because the Constitution gives the President the power to declare the state of catastrophe for one year without Congress approval, it was the first time Sebastián Piñera had to request formally the extension.[96]
  • 11 March: All communes on the Santiago Metropolitan Region are declared under Step 2 after a spike in cases, with more than 5,500 diagnoses in the country (the largest since June 2020). Several modifications to the Paso a Paso programme are reverted, strengthening restrictions under Step 2 and reestablished 22:00 curfew.[97]
  • 14 March: The Chilean Government announces new changes to the Paso a Paso programme, allowing religious ceremonies to be held in open and closed spaces.[98][99]
  • 18 March: Quarantine is announced in Iquique, Viña del Mar, Santiago and several other communes. More than 9 million inhabitants will stay under total lockdown measures starting on 20 March 2021.[100]
  • 20 March: 7,084 cases are announced, the largest number of cases ever recorded in Chile at the time.[12]
  • 24 March: The Supreme Court of Chile declares that religious services cannot be restricted during lockdown due to freedom of religion.
  • 25 March: The rest of the Santiago Metropolitan Region is placed under Phase 1 (Quarantine).
  • 28 March: President Sebastián Piñera announces a proposal to reform the Constitution to move the local, regional and convention elections, originally scheduled for 10 and 11 April 2021, to 15 and 16 May 2021.
  • 29 March: The Institute of Public Health confirms cases of community transmission of the Lineage B.1.1.7 (Alpha) and Lineage P.1 (Gamma) variants of COVID-19, and the first cases of the B.1.525 and B.1.526 variants are detected in tourists arriving at the country.[101]

April - May

  • 1 April:
    • The total number of cases surpasses 1 million.
    • The government announces several changes to the restrictions in place: borders will be closed for 30 days, with some exceptions for returning nationals and residents; curfew will start at 21:00, one hour earlier than before; work permits in communes under quarantine will be restricted only for essential activities, limiting administrative, financial and consulting activities only to remote work; markets and supermarkets will be allowed to sell only essential goods like food, medicine, and hygiene products, while other stores like clothing will be closed.[102]
  • 23 May: The government announces a "mobility pass" for fully vaccinated individuals (those who have been injected with the complete dosage of their respective vaccines and after a 14-day period) that allows holders to circulate inside the country despite quarantines, with the exception of circulating during curfew.[103]
  • 30 May: The Chilean Medical College withdraws from the COVID-19 Social Round Table due to serious discrepancies with the government. The medical association declared that government actions have been approved despite rejection from the different members of the roundtable composed by experts of different areas.[104]

Statistics

Daily report

The following table includes the data reported daily by the Ministry of Health, based on the information available at 21:00 the day before the report is released.[1]

On 9 June 2020, the Ministry of Health announced a new process to count the number of fatalities, based on the data recorded by the Civil Registry and Identification Service the day before. That method was changed again on 17 July; from that day, the deaths were counted using the data from the Department of Statistics and Health Information (DEIS) of the Ministry of Health.[77] Owing to the process of detection of deaths, the daily reports included deaths from several days prior, creating a gap between the date of report and the official date of death.[71]

A graphic with the active cases as shown on the official data page of the Ministry, which are based on retroactively adjusted information rather than on daily reports, is also displayed.[105]

Day[d] Cases Recovered
cases[a]
Active
cases
Confirmed (PCR+) deaths[e] incl. suspected deaths[f]
New Total New Total
3 March 2020 1 1 1 0 0
4 March 2020 2 3 3 0 0
5 March 2020 1 4 4 0 0
6 March 2020 1 5 5 0 0
7 March 2020 2 7 7 0 0
8 March 2020 3 10 10 0 0
9 March 2020 5 15 15 0 0
10 March 2020 2 17 17 0 0
11 March 2020 6 23 23 0 0
12 March 2020 10 33 33 0 0
13 March 2020 10 43 43 0 0
14 March 2020 18 61 61 0 0
15 March 2020 14 75 75 0 0
16 March 2020 81 156 156 0 0
17 March 2020 45 201 1 200 0 0
18 March 2020 37 238 3 235 0 0
19 March 2020 104 342 5 337 0 0
20 March 2020 92 434 6 428 0 0
21 March 2020 103 537 8 528 1 1
22 March 2020 95 632 8 623 0 1
23 March 2020 114 746 11 733 1 2
24 March 2020 176 922 17 903 0 2
25 March 2020 220 1,142 22 1,117 1 3
26 March 2020 164 1,306 33 1,269 1 4
27 March 2020 304 1,610 43 1,562 1 5
28 March 2020 299 1,909 61 1,842 1 6
29 March 2020 230 2,139 75 2,057 1 7
30 March 2020 310 2,449 156 2,285 1 8
31 March 2020 289 2,738 201 2,525 4 12
1 April 2020 293 3,031 234 2,781 4 16
2 April 2020 373 3,404 335 3,051 2 18
3 April 2020 333 3,737 427 3,288 4 22
4 April 2020 424 4,161 528 3,606 5 27
5 April 2020 310 4,471 598 3,839 7 34
6 April 2020 344 4,815 728 4,050 3 37
7 April 2020 301 5,116 898 4,175 6 43
8 April 2020 430 5,546 1,115 4,383 5 48
9 April 2020 426 5,972 1,274 4,641 9 57
10 April 2020 529 6,501 1,571 4,865 8 65
11 April 2020 426 6,927 1,864 4,990 8 73
12 April 2020 286 7,213 2,059 5,074 7 80
13 April 2020 312 7,525 2,367 5,076 2 82
14 April 2020 392 7,917 2,646 5,179 10 92
15 April 2020 356 8,273 2,937 5,242 2 94
16 April 2020 534 8,807 3,299 5,403 11 105
17 April 2020 445 9,252 3,621 5,515 11 116
18 April 2020 478 9,730 4,035 5,569 10 126
19 April 2020 358 10,088 4,338 5,617 7 133
20 April 2020 419 10,507 4,676 5,692 6 139
21 April 2020 325 10,832 4,969 5,716 8 147
22 April 2020 464 11,296 5,386 5,750 13 160
23 April 2020 516 11,812 5,804 5,840 8 168
24 April 2020 494 12,306 6,327 5,805 6 174
25 April 2020 552 12,858 6,746 5,931 7 181
26 April 2020 473 13,331 7,024 6,118 8 189
27 April 2020 482 13,813 7,327 6,288 9 198
28 April 2020 552 14,365 7,710 6,448 9 207
29 April 2020 770 15,135 8,057 6,862 9 216
30 April 2020 888 16,023 8,580 7,216 11 227
1 May 2020 985 17,008 9,018 7,756 7 234
2 May 2020 1,427 18,435 9,572 8,616 13 247
3 May 2020 1,228 19,663 10,041 9,362 13 260
4 May 2020 980 20,643 10,415 9,958 10 270
5 May 2020 1,373 22,016 10,710 11,031 5 275
6 May 2020 1,032 23,048 11,189 11,578 6 281
7 May 2020 1,533 24,581 11,664 12,632 4 285
8 May 2020 1,391 25,972 12,160 13,518 9 294
9 May 2020 1,247 27,219 12,667 14,248 10 304
10 May 2020 1,647 28,866 13,112 15,442 8 312
11 May 2020 1,197 30,063 13,605 16,135 11 323
12 May 2020 1,658 31,721 14,125 17,261 12 335
13 May 2020 2,660 34,381 14,865 19,170 11 346
14 May 2020 2,659 37,040 15,655 21,017 22 368
15 May 2020 2,502 39,542 16,614 22,534 26 394
16 May 2020 1,886 41,428 18,014 22,993 27 421
17 May 2020 2,353 43,781 19,213 24,118 29 450
18 May 2020 2,278 46,059 20,165 25,416 28 478
19 May 2020 3,520 49,579 21,507 27,563 31 509
20 May 2020 4,038 53,617 22,504 30,569 35 544
21 May 2020 3,964 57,581 23,992 33,000 45 589
22 May 2020 4,276 61,857 25,342 35,885 41 630
23 May 2020 3,536 65,393 26,546 38,174 43 673
24 May 2020 3,709 69,102 28,148 40,236 45 718
25 May 2020 4,895 73,997 29,302 43,934 43 761
26 May 2020 3,964 77,961 30,915 46,240 45 806
27 May 2020 4,328 82,289 33,540 47,908 35 841
28 May 2020 4,654 86,943 36,150 49,903 49 890
29 May 2020 3,695 90,638 38,598 51,096 54 944
30 May 2020 4,220 94,858 40,431 53,430 53 997
31 May 2020 4,830 99,688 42,727 55,907 57 1,054
1 June 2020 5,471 105,159 44,946 59,100 59 1,113
2 June 2020 3,527 108,686 Unknown 21,325 75 1,188
3 June 2020 4,942 113,628 Unknown 21,605 87 1,275
4 June 2020 4,664 118,292 Unknown 21,305 81 1,356
5 June 2020 4,207 122,499 Unknown 21,693 92 1,448
6 June 2020 5,246 127,745 Unknown 22,387 93 1,541
7 June 2020 6,405 134,150 Unknown 24,363 649 2,190
8 June 2020 4,696 138,846 Unknown 24,334 74 2,264
9 June 2020 3,913 142,759 Unknown 23,115 19 2,283
10 June 2020 5,737 148,496 Unknown 24,201 192 2,475
11 June 2020 5,596 154,092 Unknown 25,000 173 2,648
12 June 2020 6,754 160,846 Unknown 26,618 222 2,870
13 June 2020 6,509 167,355 Unknown 26,958 231 3,101
14 June 2020 6,938 174,293 Unknown 27,266 222 3,323
15 June 2020 5,143 179,436 Unknown 27,282 39 3,362
16 June 2020 5,013 184,449 Unknown 24,834 21 3,383
17 June 2020[g] 4,757 220,628 Unknown 35,082 232 3,615
31,412
18 June 2020 4,475 225,103 Unknown 34,821 226 3,841
19 June 2020 6,290 231,393 Unknown 35,809 252 4,093
20 June 2020 5,355 236,748 Unknown 35,844 202 4,295 7,144
21 June 2020 5,607 242,355 Unknown 37,307 184 4,479
22 June 2020 4,608 246,963 Unknown 37,064 23 4,502
23 June 2020 3,804 250,767 Unknown 35,692 3 4,505
24 June 2020 3,649 254,416 Unknown 34,592 226 4,731
25 June 2020 4,648 259,064 Unknown 34,834 172 4,903
26 June 2020 4,296 263,360 Unknown 34,861 165 5,068
27 June 2020 4,406 267,766 Unknown 34,364 279 5,347
28 June 2020 4,216 271,982 Unknown 34,263 162 5,509 8,935
29 June 2020 4,017 275,999 236,154 34,270 66 5,575
30 June 2020 3,394 279,393 241,229 32,476 113 5,688
1 July 2020 2,650 282,043 245,443 30,847 65 5,753
2 July 2020 2,498 284,541 249,247 29,374 167 5,920
3 July 2020 3,548 288,089 253,343 28,695 131 6,051
4 July 2020 3,758 291,847 253,343 32,312 141 6,192
5 July 2020 3,685 295,532 261,032 28,194 116 6,308 10,159
6 July 2020 3,025 298,557 264,371 27,804 76 6,384
7 July 2020 2,462 301,019 268,245 26,340 50 6,434
8 July 2020 2,064 303,083 271,703 24,807 139 6,573
9 July 2020 3,133 306,216 274,992 24,542 109 6,682
10 July 2020 3,058 309,274 278,053 24,440 99 6,781
11 July 2020 2,755 312,029 281,114 24,034 100 6,881 11,227
12 July 2020 3,012 315,041 283,902 24,166 98 6,979
13 July 2020 2,616 317,657 286,556 24,077 45 7,024
14 July 2020 1,836 319,493 289,220 23,205 45 7,069
15 July 2020 1,712 321,205 292,085 21,934 117 7,186
16 July 2020 2,475 323,680 295,301 21,107 104 7,290
17 July 2020 2,840 326,520 296,814 21,378 1,057 8,347
18 July 2020 2,185 328,846 299,449 20,952 98 8,445
19 July 2020 2,082 330,930 301,794 20,633 58 8,503
20 July 2020 2,099 333,029 303,992 20,404 130 8,633
21 July 2020 1,656 334,683 306,816 19,190 44 8,677
22 July 2020 1,741 336,402 309,241 18,439 45 8,722
23 July 2020 2,371 338,759 311,431 18,490 116 8,838 13,203
24 July 2020 2,545 341,304 313,696 18,694 76 8,914
25 July 2020 2,287 343,592 316,169 18,403 106 9,020
26 July 2020 2,198 345,790 318,095 18,583 92 9,112
27 July 2020 2,133 347,923 319,954 18,782 75 9,187
28 July 2020 1,876 349,800 322,332 18,228 53 9,240
29 July 2020 1,773 351,575 324,557 17,740 38 9,278
30 July 2020 1,948 353,536 326,628 17,531 99 9,377
31 July 2020 2,123 355,667 328,327 17,883 80 9,457 13,426
1 August 2020 1,979 357,658 330,507 17,621 76 9,533
2 August 2020 2,081 359,731 332,411 17,712 75 9,608
3 August 2020 1,762 361,493 333,976 17,810 99 9,707
4 August 2020 1,462 362,962 336,330 16,887 38 9,745
5 August 2020 1,781 364,723 338,291 16,640 46 9,791
6 August 2020 1,947 366,671 340,168 16,614 98 9,889
7 August 2020 2,149 368,825 342,168 16,699 69 9,958 13,939
8 August 2020 2,201 371,023 344,133 16,880 53 10,011
9 August 2020 2,036 373,056 345,826 17,153 66 10,077
10 August 2020 1,988 375,044 347,342 17,563 62 10,139
11 August 2020 1,566 376,616 349,541 16,897 39 10,178
12 August 2020 1,540 378,168 351,419 16,544 27 10,205
13 August 2020 1,852 380,034 353,131 16,604 94 10,299
14 August 2020 2,077 382,111 355,037 16,734 41 10,340 14,407
15 August 2020 1,777 383,902 356,951 16,556 55 10,395
16 August 2020 2,086 385,946 358,828 16,666 57 10,452
17 August 2020 1,556 387,502 360,385 16,604 61 10,513
18 August 2020 1,336 388,855 362,440 15,869 33 10,546
19 August 2020 1,233 390,037 364,285 15,174 32 10,578
20 August 2020 1,813 391,849 366,063 15,116 93 10,671
21 August 2020 1,920 393,769 367,897 15,149 52 10,723 14,938
22 August 2020 1,926 395,708 369,730 15,186 69 10,792
23 August 2020 1,942 397,665 371,179 15,634 60 10,852
24 August 2020 1,903 399,568 372,464 16,188 64 10,916 15,108
25 August 2020 1,406 400,985 374,463 15,564 42 10,958
26 August 2020 1,371 402,365 376,268 15,107 32 10,990
27 August 2020 1,739 404,102 377,922 15,108 82 11,072
28 August 2020 1,868 405,972 379,452 15,388 60 11,132 15,505
29 August 2020 2,033 408,009 381,183 15,645 49 11,181
30 August 2020 1,966 409,974 382,584 16,146 63 11,244
31 August 2020 1,753 411,726 383,879 16,558 45 11,289 15,608
1 September 2020 1,415 413,145 385,790 16,034 32 11,321
2 September 2020 1,582 414,739 387,683 15,712 23 11,344
3 September 2020 1,758 416,501 389,409 15,670 78 11,422
4 September 2020 1,965 418,469 391,248 15,727 72 11,494 15,869
5 September 2020 1,961 420,434 392,967 15,916 57 11,551
6 September 2020 2,077 422,510 394,399 16,519 41 11,592
7 September 2020 1,764 424,274 395,717 16,905 60 11,652 15,924
8 September 2020 1,263 425,541 397,730 16,129 30 11,682
9 September 2020 1,482 427,027 399,555 15,770 20 11,702
10 September 2020 1,639 428,669 401,356 15,532 79 11,781
11 September 2020 1,860 430,535 403,064 15,621 69 11,850 16,165
12 September 2020 2,135 432,666 404,919 15,852 45 11,895
13 September 2020 2,082 434,748 406,326 16,473 54 11,949
14 September 2020 1,685 436,433 407,725 16,695 64 12,013 16,399
15 September 2020 1,536 437,983 409,944 15,999 27 12,040
16 September 2020 1,305 439,287 411,853 15,377 18 12,058
17 September 2020 1,860 441,150 413,928 15,080 84 12,142
18 September 2020 1,673 442,827 415,981 14,647 57 12,199 16,688
19 September 2020 1,848 444,674 418,101 14,319 55 12,254
20 September 2020 1,600 446,274 419,746 14,242 32 12,286
21 September 2020 1,194 447,468 421,111 14,059 12 12,298 16,744
22 September 2020 1,054 448,523 423,176 13,026 23 12,321
23 September 2020 1,372 449,903 425,165 12,393 24 12,345
24 September 2020 1,731 451,634 426,876 12,289 124 12,469
25 September 2020 2,222 453,868 428,580 12,761 58 12,527 17,075
26 September 2020 2,109 455,979 430,259 13,129 64 12,591
27 September 2020 1,923 457,901 431,704 13,556 50 12,641
28 September 2020 1,770 459,671 433,016 13,957 57 12,698 17,210
29 September 2020 1,622 461,300 434,794 13,781 27 12,725
30 September 2020 1,684 462,991 436,589 13,661 16 12,741
1 October 2020 1,760 464,750 438,148 13,780 81 12,822
2 October 2020 1,839 466,590 439,607 14,116 45 12,867
2 October 2020 1,839 466,590 439,607 14,116 45 12,867 17,427
3 October 2020 1,880 468,471 440,881 14,671 52 12,919
4 October 2020 1,708 470,179 442,070 15,130 60 12,979
5 October 2020 1,567 471,746 443,453 15,256 58 13,037 17,658
6 October 2020 1,554 473,306 445,418 14,818 33 13,070
7 October 2020 1,131 474,440 447,053 14,297 20 13,090
8 October 2020 1,575 476,016 448,710 14,139 77 13,167
9 October 2020 1,750 477,769 450,297 14,252 53 13,220 17,958
10 October 2020 1,824 479,595 452,054 14,269 52 13,272
11 October 2020 1,776 481,371 453,352 14,701 46 13,318
12 October 2020 1,517 482,888 454,484 15,025 61 13,379 18,058
13 October 2020 1,392 484,280 456,499 14,385 17 13,396
14 October 2020 1,089 485,372 458,073 13,884 19 13,415
15 October 2020 1,122 486,496 459,536 13,526 19 13,434
16 October 2020 1,689 488,190 461,097 13,564 95 13,529 18,248
17 October 2020 1,811 490,003 462,712 13,703 59 13,588
18 October 2020 1,759 491,760 463,943 14,182 47 13,635
19 October 2020 1,545 493,305 465,021 14,608 41 13,676 18,429
20 October 2020 1,099 494,478 466,643 14,049 26 13,702
21 October 2020 1,152 495,637 468,269 13,565 17 13,719
22 October 2020 1,495 497,131 469,765 13,490 73 13,792
23 October 2020 1,773 498,906 471,343 13,635 52 13,844 18,690
24 October 2020 1,631 500,542 476,576 9,990 48 13,892
25 October 2020 1,540 502,063 478,252 9,784 52 13,944
26 October 2020 1,505 503,598 479,877 9,634 59 14,003 18,825
27 October 2020 922 504,525 481,379 9,035 23 14,026
28 October 2020 1,004 505,530 482,906 8,507 6 14,032
29 October 2020 1,519 507,050 483,922 8,925 86 14,118
30 October 2020 1,529 508,571 485,152 9,176 40 14,158 19,009
31 October 2020 1,686 510,256 486,642 9,121 49 14,207
1 November 2020 1,607 511,864 488,166 9,164 40 14,247
2 November 2020 1,314 513,188 489,525 9,074 55 14,302 19,193
3 November 2020 1,009 514,202 490,820 8,776 17 14,319
4 November 2020 846 515,042 492,149 8,266 21 14,340
5 November 2020 1,540 516,582 493,250 8,640 64 14,404
6 November 2020 1,801 518,390 494,303 9,346 46 14,450 19,382
7 November 2020 1,568 519,977 495,852 9,334 49 14,499
8 November 2020 1,576 521,558 497,411 9,311 44 14,543
9 November 2020 1,318 522,879 498,904 9,094 45 14,588 19,547
10 November 2020 1,083 523,907 500,142 8,861 23 14,611
11 November 2020 904 524,804 501,426 8,451 22 14,633
12 November 2020 1,631 526,438 502,475 8,968 66 14,699
13 November 2020 1,592 528,030 503,540 9,454 39 14,738 19,733
14 November 2020 1,644 529,676 505,243 9,358 39 14,777
15 November 2020 1,597 531,273 506,700 9,455 42 14,819
16 November 2020 1,331 532,604 508,067 9,374 44 14,863 19,891
17 November 2020 1,003 533,610 509,401 9,025 20 14,883
18 November 2020 945 534,558 510,766 8,592 14 14,897
19 November 2020 1,455 536,012 511,874 8,880 58 14,955
20 November 2020 1,573 537,585 512,927 9,351 48 15,003 20,052
21 November 2020 1,550 539,143 514,584 9,224 27 15,030
22 November 2020 1,497 540,640 516,121 9,145 39 15,069
23 November 2020 1,440 542,080 517,524 9,144 37 15,106 20,178
24 November 2020 1,005 543,087 518,834 8,816 25 15,131
25 November 2020 1,004 544,092 520,180 8,468 7 15,138
26 November 2020 1,564 545,662 521,247 8,872 97 15,235
27 November 2020 1,570 547,223 522,259 9,379 43 15,278 20,386
28 November 2020 1,718 548,941 523,792 9,519 44 15,322
29 November 2020 1,489 550,430 525,212 9,554 34 15,356
30 November 2020 1,313 551,743 526,604 9,418 54 15,410 20,552
1 December 2020 1,119 552,864 528,034 9,089 20 15,430
2 December 2020 1,035 553,898 529,501 8,647 8 15,438
3 December 2020 1,507 555,406 530,470 9,104 81 15,519
4 December 2020 1,729 557,135 531,543 9,719 39 15,558 20,716
5 December 2020 1,533 558,668 533,250 9,509 34 15,592
6 December 2020 1,710 560,382 534,789 9,646 36 15,628
7 December 2020 1,760 562,142 536,267 9,892 35 15,663 20,902
8 December 2020 1,389 563,534 537,727 9,806 17 15,680
9 December 2020 1,247 564,778 539,171 9,596 10 15,690
10 December 2020 1,662 566,440 540,288 10,057 84 15,774
11 December 2020 1,531 567,974 541,345 10,526 8 15,782 21,151
12 December 2020 1,807 569,781 543,083 10,530 64 15,846
13 December 2020 2,139 571,919 544,822 10,887 40 15,886
14 December 2020 1,911 573,830 546,538 11,035 45 15,931
15 December 2020 1,498 575,329 548,190 10,864 18 15,949 21,230
16 December 2020 1,402 576,731 549,852 10,594 10 15,959
17 December 2020 1,998 578,732 551,200 11,199 48 16,007
18 December 2020 2,404 581,135 552,289 12,468 44 16,051 21,421
19 December 2020 2,217 583,354 554,333 12,591 50 16,101
20 December 2020 2,191 585,545 555,956 13,105 53 16,154
21 December 2020 1,943 587,488 557,913 13,047 43 16,197 21,559
22 December 2020 1,699 589,189 559,845 12,794 20 16,217
23 December 2020 1,726 590,914 561,794 12,561 11 16,228
24 December 2020 2,395 593,310 563,457 13,214 75 16,303
25 December 2020 2,520 595,831 565,002 14,133 55 16,358 21,780
26 December 2020 2,564 598,394 567,376 14,275 46 16,404
27 December 2020 1,711 600,105 569,578 13,745 39 16,443
28 December 2020 1,923 602,028 571,674 13,572 0 16,443 21,921
29 December 2020 1,958 603,986 573,681 13,477 45 16,488
30 December 2020 1,961 605,950 575,595 13,514 11 16,499
31 December 2020 3,022 608,973 577,382 14,638 109 16,608
1 January 2021 3,588 612,564 579,203 16,355 52 16,660
2 January 2021 3,338 615,902 581,961 16,870 64 16,724 22,264
3 January 2021 2,289 618,191 584,457 16,620 43 16,767
4 January 2021 2,450 620,641 586,900 16,626 0 16,767 22,421
5 January 2021 2,457 623,101 589,081 16,885 21 16,788
6 January 2021 2,378 625,483 591,081 17,239 28 16,816
7 January 2021 3,685 629,176 593,235 18,679 97 16,913
8 January 2021 4,201 633,381 595,799 20,259 61 16,974 22,754
9 January 2021 4,361 637,742 599,604 20,749 63 17,037
10 January 2021 4,181 641,923 602,861 21,613 59 17,096
11 January 2021 3,970 645,892 606,055 22,309 66 17,162 22,983
12 January 2021 3,238 649,135 608,804 22,798 20 17,182
13 January 2021 3,394 652,525 611,564 23,407 22 17,204
14 January 2021 4,177 656,712 614,267 24,800 90 17,294
15 January 2021 4,471 661,180 617,372 26,088 75 17,369 23,162
16 January 2021 4,313 665,493 622,321 25,442 66 17,435
17 January 2021 4,340 669,832 626,528 25,429 42 17,477
18 January 2021 3,918 673,750 630,818 25,008 70 17,547 23,245
19 January 2021 3,400 677,151 634,960 24,246 26 17,573
20 January 2021 3,583 680,740 639,091 23,647 21 17,594
21 January 2021 4,363 685,107 642,004 25,048 108 17,702
22 January 2021 4,956 690,066 645,035 26,889 84 17,786 23,611
23 January 2021 4,550 694,647 649,802 26,633 68 17,854
24 January 2021 4,498 699,110 654,101 26,682 79 17,933
25 January 2021 4,068 703,178 658,324 26,475 66 17,999 23,963
26 January 2021 3,322 706,500 662,460 25,659 24 18,023
27 January 2021 3,371 709,888 666,799 24,690 17 18,040
28 January 2021 4,260 714,143 670,336 25,259 134 18,174
29 January 2021 4,606 718,749 673,582 26,535 83 18,257 24,317
30 January 2021 4,160 722,900 677,602 26,594 82 18,339
31 January 2021 4,209 727,109 681,981 26,290 113 18,452
1 February 2021 3,779 730,888 686,374 25,589 85 18,537 24,717
2 February 2021 3,138 734,035 690,653 24,457 22 18,559
3 February 2021 2,616 736,645 694,960 22,739 17 18,576
4 February 2021 3,589 740,237 698,248 22,887 155 18,731
5 February 2021 3,786 744,019 701,315 23,521 77 18,808 25,062
6 February 2021 4,063 748,082 706,020 22,791 87 18,895
7 February 2021 3,804 751,886 710,029 22,493 79 18,974
8 February 2021 3,464 755,350 713,711 22,194 82 19,056 25,410
9 February 2021 2,829 758,189 717,308 21,418 28 19,084
10 February 2021 2,399 760,576 720,852 20,239 21 19,105
11 February 2021 3,729 764,307 723,493 21,171 157 19,262
12 February 2021 4,169 768,471 725,945 22,799 83 19,345 25,822
13 February 2021 3,920 772,395 730,204 22,363 98 19,443
14 February 2021 3,815 776,209 733,731 22,484 98 19,541
15 February 2021 3,333 779,541 737,126 22,399 83 19,624 26,209
16 February 2021 2,547 782,039 740,465 21,539 20 19,644
17 February 2021 2,330 784,314 743,306 20,958 15 19,659
18 February 2021 3,866 788,142 746,314 21,636 139 19,798
19 February 2021 3,827 791,939 748,920 22,728 99 19,897 26,605
20 February 2021 3,893 795,845 753,037 22,438 77 19,974
21 February 2021 3,618 799,460 756,764 22,202 68 20,042
22 February 2021 3,547 803,009 760,577 21,904 84 20,126 26,922
23 February 2021 2,356 805,317 763,904 20,848 25 20,151
24 February 2021 2,554 807,872 767,332 19,970 22 20,173
25 February 2021 4,181 812,344 770,190 21,383 137 20,310
26 February 2021 4,586 816,929 772,951 23,178 90 20,400 27,249
27 February 2021 4,523 821,418 776,955 23,585 76 20,476
28 February 2021 4,208 825,625 780,530 24,106 96 20,572
1 March 2021 4,082 829,770 784,213 24,466 88 20,660 27,547
2 March 2021 2,747 832,512 787,700 23,721 24 20,684
3 March 2021 3,053 835,552 790,528 23,913 20 20,704
4 March 2021 4,567 840,119 793,819 25,051 134 20,838
5 March 2021 5,325 845,450 796,791 27,317 90 20,928 27,902
6 March 2021 5,037 850,483 801,537 27,523 80 21,008
7 March 2021 5,280 855,785 805,717 28,557 69 21,077
8 March 2021 4,733 860,533 809,941 28,987 86 21,163 28,132
9 March 2021 3,528 864,064 814,088 28,371 19 21,182
10 March 2021 3,958 867,949 818,337 27,982 24 21,206
11 March 2021 5,566 873,512 821,294 30,428 156 21,362
12 March 2021 5,983 879,485 824,899 32,707 89 21,451 28,550
13 March 2021 5,928 885,379 830,698 32,705 123 21,574
14 March 2021 5,734 891,110 835,669 33,290 100 21,674
15 March 2021 5,117 896,231 840,668 33,379 98 21,772 29,009
16 March 2021 4,591 900,782 845,712 32,867 17 21,789
17 March 2021 4,395 905,212 851,154 31,826 27 21,816
18 March 2021 6,249 911,469 854,827 34,228 172 21,988
19 March 2021 6,604 918,053 859,097 36,433 99 22,087 29,540
20 March 2021 7,084 925,089 865,413 37,048 93 22,180
21 March 2021 6,836 931,939 871,234 37,958 99 22,279
22 March 2021 6,155 938,094 877,189 38,024 80 22,359 29,813
23 March 2021 4,948 942,958 882,772 37,304 25 22,384
24 March 2021 4,826 947,783 888,826 36,054 18 22,402
25 March 2021 7,023 954,762 892,973 38,699 122 22,524
26 March 2021 7,626 962,321 897,975 41,151 63 22,587 30,251
27 March 2021 7,588 969,913 905,435 41,177 66 22,653
28 March 2021 7,326 977,243 912,058 41,767 101 22,754
29 March 2021 7,247 984,484 918,446 42,509 316 23,070 30,671
30 March 2021 5,394 989,492 924,612 41,335 37 23,107
31 March 2021 6,053 995,538 931,270 40,696 28 23,135
1 April 2021 7,830 1,003,406 936,721 42,915 193 23,328
2 April 2021 8,112 1,011,485 942,413 45,202 93 23,421 31,151
3 April 2021 8,028 1,019,478 950,889 44,584 103 23,524
4 April 2021 7,304 1,026,785 958,400 44,261 120 23,644
5 April 2021 5,807 1,032,612 965,641 42,794 33 23,677 31,513
6 April 2021 5,164 1,037,780 972,645 40,904 57 23,734
7 April 2021 5,134 1,043,022 980,245 38,496 62 23,796
8 April 2021 8,195 1,051,270 986,285 40,514 183 23,979
9 April 2021 9,171 1,060,421 991,676 44,143 129 24,108 32,088
10 April 2021 8,124 1,068,522 998,400 45,413 105 24,213
11 April 2021 7,945 1,076,499 1,005,860 45,792 133 24,346
12 April 2021 6,372 1,082,920 1,012,904 45,021 137 24,483 32,469
13 April 2021 5,718 1,088,710 1,020,925 42,761 35 24,518
14 April 2021 5,497 1,094,267 1,026,934 42,278 30 24,548
15 April 2021 7,357 1,101,698 1,033,189 43,229 218 24,766
16 April 2021 7,590 1,109,311 1,037,539 46,492 157 24,923 33,207
17 April 2021 7,696 1,117,348 1,045,807 45,965 132 25,055
18 April 2021 7,294 1,124,718 1,053,635 45,377 122 25,177
19 April 2021 6,643 1,131,340 1,060,826 44,701 100 25,277 33,687
20 April 2021 5,071 1,136,435 1,067,662 42,920 40 25,317
21 April 2021 4,914 1,141,403 1,074,827 40,686 36 25,353
22 April 2021 6,832 1,148,320 1,081,117 41,128 180 25,533
23 April 2021 7,525 1,155,902 1,084,831 44,878 109 25,642 32,813
24 April 2021 6,796 1,162,811 1,092,934 43,577 101 25,743
25 April 2021 6,638 1,169,536 1,099,918 43,174 114 25,857
26 April 2021 6,078 1,175,614 1,106,862 42,195 119 25,976 33,132
27 April 2021 4,141 1,179,772 1,113,463 39,717 45 26,021
28 April 2021 4,416 1,184,271 1,120,141 37,481 53 26,074
29 April 2021 6,889 1,190,991 1,125,761 38,388 174 26,248
30 April 2021 7,199 1,198,245 1,129,347 41,944 106 26,354 33,623
1 May 2021 6,469 1,204,755 1,136,816 40,865 104 26,458
2 May 2021 6,122 1,210,920 1,143,565 40,142 104 26,562
3 May 2021 4,874 1,215,815 1,149,795 38,732 98 26,660 34,001
4 May 2021 3,198 1,219,064 1,155,630 36,108 37 26,697
5 May 2021 3,791 1,222,949 1,160,945 34,644 30 26,727
6 May 2021 6,202 1,229,248 1,166,227 35,469 169 26,896
7 May 2021 6,574 1,235,778 1,170,437 37,663 109 27,005 34,450
8 May 2021 6,219 1,241,976 1,177,342 36,852 97 27,102
9 May 2021 5,521 1,247,469 1,183,155 36,406 117 27,219
10 May 2021 5,357 1,252,808 1,188,831 35,954 100 27,319 34,863
11 May 2021 3,771 1,256,546 1,193,927 34,564 38 27,357
12 May 2021 3,920 1,260,448 1,199,432 32,932 28 27,385
13 May 2021 6,181 1,266,601 1,204,176 34,192 136 27,521
14 May 2021 6,903 1,273,516 1,208,396 36,746 127 27,648 35,315
15 May 2021 6,769 1,280,252 1,214,817 36,964 87 27,735
16 May 2021 6,320 1,286,548 1,220,351 37,617 98 27,833
17 May 2021 5,566 1,292,096 1,225,846 37,560 102 27,935 35,709
18 May 2021 3,787 1,295,862 1,231,047 36,097 31 27,966
19 May 2021 4,778 1,300,629 1,236,581 35,294 32 27,998
20 May 2021 7,680 1,308,311 1,241,426 37,901 172 28,170
21 May 2021 7,614 1,315,913 1,245,988 40,849 121 28,291 36,180
22 May 2021 7,514 1,323,413 1,252,970 41,261 96 28,387
23 May 2021 6,519 1,329,918 1,259,080 41,510 132 28,519
24 May 2021 5,374 1,335,261 1,265,116 40,780 30 28,549 36,546
25 May 2021 4,188 1,339,421 1,270,769 39,243 37 28,586
26 May 2021 5,176 1,344,618 1,277,019 38,145 39 28,625
27 May 2021 8,117 1,352,723 1,282,561 40,510 185 28,810
28 May 2021 8,680 1,361,381 1,287,804 43,793 119 28,929 37,066
29 May 2021 8,426 1,369,756 1,295,646 44,186 119 29,048
30 May 2021 7,772 1,377,507 1,302,518 44,928 121 29,169
31 May 2021 6,882 1,384,346 1,309,040 45,104 132 29,301 37,614
1 June 2021 5,040 1,389,357 1,315,860 43,239 44 29,345
2 June 2021 5,631 1,394,973 1,321,600 43,069 41 29,386
3 June 2021 8,150 1,403,101 1,327,643 44,913 213 29,599
4 June 2021 8,273 1,411,346 1,333,631 47,051 98 29,697 38,171
5 June 2021 8,867 1,420,266 1,342,080 47,388 120 29,817
6 June 2021 7,768 1,427,956 1,347,676 49,356 121 29,938
7 June 2021 6,958 1,434,884 1,355,224 48,596 121 30,059 38,685
8 June 2021 5,568 1,440,417 1,362,431 46,874 46 30,105
9 June 2021 5,369 1,445,770 1,369,856 44,757 37 30,142
10 June 2021 7,716 1,453,478 1,376,335 45,774 198 30,340
11 June 2021 7,972 1,461,419 1,382,124 47,777 133 30,473 39,249
12 June 2021 7,624 1,468,992 1,391,016 46,337 107 30,580
13 June 2021 7,529 1,476,473 1,399,187 45,506 128 30,708
14 June 2021 6,234 1,482,663 1,406,555 44,217 97 30,805 39,750
15 June 2021 4,607 1,487,239 1,413,414 41,868 61 30,866
16 June 2021 4,347 1,491,561 1,420,365 39,176 57 30,923
17 June 2021 6,683 1,498,231 1,426,275 39,698 218 31,141
18 June 2021 6,770 1,505,001 1,431,515 41,091 119 31,260 40,365
19 June 2021 6,263 1,511,275 1,439,182 39,834 133 31,393
20 June 2021 5,753 1,517,018 1,445,703 38,630 121 31,514
21 June 2021 5,252 1,522,223 1,452,108 37,284 132 31,646
22 June 2021 3,464 1,525,663 1,456,672 36,114 45 31,691
23 June 2021 2,768 1,528,409 1,462,966 32,507 56 31,747
24 June 2021 3,448 1,531,872 1,468,137 30,735 51 31,798
25 June 2021 5,628 1,537,471 1,472,337 31,897 215 32,013 41,289
26 June 2021 5,208 1,542,642 1,478,841 30,389 151 32,164
27 June 2021 4,488 1,547,103 1,484,410 29,118 135 32,299
28 June 2021 4,075 1,551,137 1,489,537 27,847 156 32,455 41,818
29 June 2021 2,648 1,553,774 1,494,284 25,688 35 32,490
30 June 2021 2,148 1,555,902 1,498,792 23,242 56 32,546
1 July 2021 2,677 1,558,557 1,502,411 22,224 43 32,589
2 July 2021 4,086 1,562,613 1,505,708 22,739 221 32,810 42,323
3 July 2021 3,880 1,566,461 1,509,297 22,809 164 32,974
4 July 2021 3,368 1,569,784 1,513,495 21,709 130 33,104
5 July 2021 2,852 1,572,608 1,517,303 20,647 146 33,250 42,901
6 July 2021 1,885 1,574,465 1,520,879 18,883 39 33,289
7 July 2021 1,892 1,576,336 1,524,232 17,357 40 33,329
8 July 2021 3,193 1,579,591 1,527,050 17,590 186 33,515
9 July 2021 2,906 1,582,391 1,529,269 18,027 122 33,637 43,417
10 July 2021 2,696 1,585,160 1,532,078 17,843 131 33,768
11 July 2021 2,330 1,587,478 1,535,072 17,043 110 33,878
12 July 2021 2,160 1,589,623 1,537,815 16,325 103 33,981 43,855
13 July 2021 1,278 1,590,887 1,540,595 14,766 36 34,017
14 July 2021 1,227 1,592,130 1,543,171 13,403 33 34,050
15 July 2021 2,336 1,594,496 1,545,186 13,569 158 34,208
16 July 2021 2,031 1,596,549 1,547,042 13,652 102 34,310 44,270
17 July 2021 1,874 1,598,481 1,549,660 12,863 94 34,404
18 July 2021 1,419 1,599,879 1,551,119 12,671 111 34,515
19 July 2021 1,015 1,600,883 1,553,145 11,575 25 34,540 44,639
20 July 2021 902 1,601,858 1,555,294 10,400 30 34,570
21 July 2021 989 1,602,854 1,557,199 9,461 42 34,612
22 July 2021 1,861 1,604,713 1,558,669 9,647 181 34,793
23 July 2021 1,656 1,606,358 1,559,891 9,970 83 34,876 44,981
24 July 2021 1,407 1,607,749 1,561,758 9,399 83 34,959
25 July 2021 1,446 1,609,177 1,563,280 9,227 68 35,027
26 July 2021 1,185 1,610,345 1,564,777 8,794 93 35,120 45,312
27 July 2021 753 1,611,090 1,566,138 8,141 32 35,152
28 July 2021 828 1,611,917 1,567,236 7,842 25 35,177
29 July 2021 1,383 1,613,288 1,568,294 8,017 119 35,296
30 July 2021 1,355 1,614,629 1,568,981 8,593 71 35,367 45,646
31 July 2021 1,152 1,615,771 1,570,492 8,125 82 35,449
1 August 2021 1,185 1,616,942 1,571,788 7,874 80 35,529
2 August 2021 921 1,617,852 1,573,007 7,504 88 35,617 45,933
3 August 2021 616 1,618,457 1,574,176 6,914 24 35,641
4 August 2021 674 1,619,183 1,575,377 6,402 31 35,672
5 August 2021 1,223 1,620,389 1,576,242 6,591 135 35,807
6 August 2021 1,147 1,621,571 1,576,801 7,125 74 35,881 46,309
7 August 2021 940 1,622,509 1,577,982 6,804 71 35,952
8 August 2021 868 1,623,363 1,579,137 6,379 65 36,017
9 August 2021 871 1,624,316 1,580,173 6,261 91 36,108 46,609
10 August 2021 514 1,624,823 1,581,129 5,778 31 36,139
11 August 2021 584 1,625,456 1,582,029 5,489 19 36,158
12 August 2021 1,128 1,626,594 1,582,781 5,744 86 36,244
13 August 2021 882 1,627,428 1,583,180 6,105 44 36,288 46,818
14 August 2021 877 1,628,293 1,584,227 5,854 44 36,332
15 August 2021 904 1,629,192 1,585,156 5,728 49 36,381
16 August 2021 754 1,629,932 1,585,995 5,573 40 36,421 46,975
17 August 2021 405 1,630,330 1,586,798 5,160 18 36,439
18 August 2021 503 1,630,831 1,587,619 4,812 18 36,457
19 August 2021 899 1,631,689 1,588,236 4,933 68 36,525
20 August 2021 763 1,632,441 1,588,536 5,324 42 36,567 47,199
21 August 2021 698 1,633,153 1,589,484 5,024 39 36,606
22 August 2021 679 1,633,816 1,590,252 4,853 45 36,651
22 August 2021 679 1,633,816 1,590,252 4,853 45 36,651
23 August 2021 591 1,634,394 1,590,973 4,625 38 36,689 47,303
24 August 2021 387 1,634,774 1,591,555 4,423 13 36,702
25 August 2021 392 1,635,173 1,592,238 4,115 17 36,719
26 August 2021 801 1,635,958 1,592,707 4,327 60 36,779
27 August 2021 672 1,636,627 1,593,188 4,453 29 36,808 47,504
28 August 2021 607 1,637,234 1,593,985 4,206 34 36,842
29 August 2021 603 1,637,829 1,594,585 4,143 44 36,886
30 August 2021 512 1,638,330 1,595,170 3,982 38 36,924 47,613
31 August 2021 315 1,638,675 1,595,747 3,749 14 36,938
1 September 2021 375 1,639,123 1,596,357 3,568 8 36,946
2 September 2021 594 1,639,698 1,596,763 3,648 50 36,996
3 September 2021 504 1,640,192 1,597,118 3,717 46 37,042 47,781
4 September 2021 477 1,640,666 1,597,772 3,486 26 37,068
5 September 2021 430 1,641,091 1,598,293 3,342 23 37,091
6 September 2021 435 1,641,526 1,598,800 3,235 18 37,109 47,835
7 September 2021 273 1,641,791 1,599,267 3,012 7 37,116
8 September 2021 358 1,642,146 1,599,708 2,910 7 37,123
9 September 2021 515 1,642,646 1,600,055 2,996 37 37,160
10 September 2021 518 1,643,156 1,600,353 3,156 19 37,179
11 September 2021 489 1,643,630 1,600,771 3,166 23 37,202
12 September 2021 449 1,644,071 1,601,269 3,061 31 37,233
13 September 2021 426 1,644,540 1,601,589 3,160 21 37,254 48,032
14 September 2021 297 1,644,832 1,601,955 3,086 0 37,254
15 September 2021 408 1,645,233 1,602,392 3,026 8 37,262
16 September 2021 604 1,645,820 1,602,703 3,223 32 37,294
17 September 2021 594 1,646,403 1,603,006 3,460 25 37,319 48,138
18 September 2021 610 1,646,994 1,603,507 3,507 21 37,340
19 September 2021 491 1,647,469 1,603,934 3,504 20 37,360
20 September 2021 280 1,647,746 1,604,353 3,343 8 37,368 48,175
21 September 2021 291 1,648,026 1,604,718 3,246 7 37,375
22 September 2021 526 1,648,550 1,605,171 3,297 5 37,380
23 September 2021 886 1,649,409 1,605,568 3,675 31 37,411
24 September 2021 852 1,650,238 1,605,948 4,075 13 37,424 48,248
25 September 2021 783 1,650,985 1,606,490 4,237 9 37,433
26 September 2021 775 1,651,750 1,606,961 4,486 8 37,441
27 September 2021 640 1,652,364 1,607,496 4,526 5 37,446 48,266
28 September 2021 454 1,652,795 1,608,584 3,851 4 37,450
29 September 2021 525 1,653,406 1,609,007 4,021 6 37,456
30 September 2021 895 1,654,264 1,609,512 4,295 13 37,469
1 October 2021 846 1,655,071 1,610,314 4,269 8 37,477
2 October 2021 853 1,655,884 1,611,035 4,334 8 37,485
3 October 2021 752 1,656,602 1,611,676 4,367 10 37,495
4 October 2021 673 1,657,256 1,612,348 4,311 6 37,501 48,326
5 October 2021 503 1,657,749 1,613,029 4,110 6 37,507
6 October 2021 714 1,658,444 1,613,524 4,293 6 37,513
7 October 2021 981 1,659,386 1,614,090 4,607 21 37,534
8 October 2021 1,037 1,660,372 1,614,917 4,725 9 37,543
9 October 2021 1,033 1,661,370 1,615,629 4,968 12 37,555
10 October 2021 1,105 1,662,433 1,616,329 5,290 10 37,565
11 October 2021 996 1,663,383 1,617,035 5,496 7 37,572 48,405
12 October 2021 634 1,663,992 1,617,792 5,335 3 37,575
13 October 2021 766 1,664,725 1,618,500 5,339 4 37,579
14 October 2021 1,223 1,665,916 1,619,203 5,808 5 37,584
15 October 2021 1,703 1,667,547 1,620,240 6,322 11 37,595

Charts

Cases

Deaths

Health care situation

Vaccination program

Distribution per region

Summary

  • Confirmed cases and PCR+ deaths, updated as of 15 October 2021.[1]
  • All COVID-19 related deaths (including suspected deaths without PCR+), updated as of 11 October 2021.[4]
Regions Confirmed
cases
Cases per
100,000
Confirmed
PCR+ deaths
PCR+ deaths
per 100,000
All COVID-19
deaths
All deaths
per 100,000
Flag of Arica y Parinacota, Chile.svg Arica y Parinacota 27591 10944.03 535 212.21 662 262.58
Flag of Tarapaca, Chile.svg Tarapacá 41910 10949.05 810 211.61 920 240.35
Flag of Antofagasta Region, Chile.svg Antofagasta 61962 8955.94 1252 180.96 1520 219.70
Flag of Atacama, Chile.svg Atacama 27567 8759.52 356 113.12 464 147.44
Flag of Coquimbo Region, Chile.svg Coquimbo 49188 5883.06 1029 123.07 1299 155.36
Flag of Valparaiso Region, Chile.svg Valparaíso 124400 6346.39 3477 177.38 4620 235.69
Flag of the Metropolitan Region, Chile.svg Santiago Metropolitan 699562 8609.92 19260 237.04 25017 307.90
Flag of O'Higgins Region, Chile.svg O'Higgins 69238 6986.24 1556 157.00 2087 210.58
Flag of Maule, Chile.svg Maule 102532 9058.09 1784 157.61 2255 199.22
Flag of Ñuble Region, Chile.svg Ñuble 36287 7093.53 646 126.28 824 161.08
Flag of Biobío Region, Chile.svg Biobío 152148 9145.18 2693 161.87 3334 200.40
Flag of La Araucania, Chile.svg Araucanía 98596 9720.18 1514 149.26 2054 202.50
Flag of Los Ríos, Chile.svg Los Ríos 49543 12207.67 696 171.50 908 223.74
Flag of Los Lagos Region, Chile.svg Los Lagos 89317 10019.41 1408 157.95 1738 194.97
Flag of Aysen, Chile.svg Aysén 8401 7829.67 79 73.63 103 96.00
Flag of Magallanes, Chile.svg Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica 29256 16402.60 499 279.77 598 335.27
Flag of Chile.svg National total: 16 regions 1667547 8569.84 37594 193.20 48405 248.76

Impact

For the first time since its creation, science observations at the European Southern Observatory (ESO) were paused as most of its staff were moved to their homes to avoid infection.

Events

On 2 March 2020, The CRU World Copper Conference in Santiago, the largest annual gathering of copper miners in the world, which was scheduled between 23 and 27 March 2020, was cancelled due to concerns over travel risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic.[106]

Large scale events such as Lollapalooza Chile (scheduled between 27 and 29 March 2020) and the XXI International Air and Space Fair (scheduled to take place between 31 March and 5 April), were preventively suspended.[107][108]

Politics

A food box delivered by the government as part of a relief plan in June 2020.
Sebastián Piñera (center) in the ceremony of designation of Enrique Paris (left) as minister of Health, replacing Jaime Mañalich (right).

A few months before the first cases of COVID-19, Chile had a series of massive protests and riots against the government of Sebastián Piñera, known locally as el Estallido social. Although not as massive as in October or November 2019, several protests continued in 2021 in the main Chilean cities. However, most of them had to come to a halt due to pandemic and the establishment of several partial lockdowns in Santiago and other cities. The situation was initially seen as an opportunity by the Piñera government to ease the protests and change of the government's priorities, focusing on the pandemic management instead of the protests' claims; internally, some government members even called the situation, ″Saint Covid″.[109] In the few weeks after the start of lockdowns, government agencies erased most of the street art in downtown Santiago that was drawn during the protests and Piñera visited an empty Plaza Italia —the main site of protests— to take some pictures there, which was considered by many as a way of taunting the protesters under quarantine.[110][111]

Once the number of COVID-19 cases started to rise in mid May 2020, the situation turned difficult for the Piñera administration. On one hand, the government had a difficult and tense relationship with scientists and healthcare professionals, especially the Chilean Medical College, who criticized the lack of transparent data, considered several measures taken as inadequate or belated, and denounced precarious and unsafe conditions for health workers.[112] Mayors, including some of the governing political parties, openly disobeyed some measures from the government and implemented their own protection measures.[112] Izkia Siches, president of the Chilean Medical College, became a popular figure, becoming one of the politicians with the largest approval rating in several polls.[113]

On the other hand, the impact of the pandemic unleashed a serious economic crisis. Even thought the government offered different relief plans for companies and people,[114] those plans were deemed insufficient and extremely restrictive, excluding several groups of affected people.[115] This increased the distance with the political opposition and even with some members of the governing coalition. Owing to the perceived lack of support for the people affected by the pandemic, a group of left-wing politicians proposed a constitutional reform to allow people to withdraw a 10% of their pension funds without restrictions. While the government rejected the proposal, it echoed with the population and even some right-wing politicians supported the proposal.[116] The proposal was approved by both chambers of the Congress in June 2021 by a supermajority, giving a serious blow to the Piñera administration.[117] A second 10% withdrawal was approved in December and a third one was approved in April 2021.[118] After the third project was approved with bipartisan support, Sebastián Piñera denounced it as unconstitutional and presented it to the Constitutional Court of Chile; however, the Court voted 7 to 3 to approve the constitutional reform, dealing another loss for the president.[119]

The shocking defeat in the Court was considered for many as the political end of the Piñera government.[120][121] According to several polls, the Piñera administration received its lowest level of support, reaching below 10%.[122][123] As a way to confront the different controversies and issues, Piñera had to change several times the composition of its cabinet, becoming the most unstable government since the return of democracy in Chile; included in the sacked ministers due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its ramifications were the minister of Interior Gonzalo Blumel, the minister of Health Jaime Mañalich and the minister of Social Development Sebastián Sichel.[124][125]

Postponement of elections

Long queues were registered in the 2020 Chilean national plebiscite due to a record turnout and to avoid agglomerations.

As a result of the Estallido social, a process to write a new Constitution was announced a few months before the first cases of COVID-19. The process included an initial referendum and, in case the process was approved by voters, new elections would elect the members of the Constitutional Convention that would lead the process.

The Chilean government initially stated that the initial plebiscite would be held in the original 26 April 2020 date under sanitary safeguard measures.[126] However, on 19 March 2020, Chilean lawmakers reached an agreement to postpone the referendum until late October as safety concerns around the coronavirus pandemic took precedence over politics. The referendum was rescheduled for 25 October 2020,[127] following formal approval by a two-thirds vote of congress on 24 March.[128]

The municipal and regional elections, originally to be held on 25 October 2020, were moved to 11 April 2021, just like the election of the members for the Constitutional Convention eventually approved by the national referendum. Several safety concerns were raised for the April 2021 elections due to the large number of ballots and candidates available, which would increase the average time to vote and could potentially generate agglomerations. To avoid this issue, the government proposed to held the elections on two days, 10 and 11 April 2021, which was eventually approved by Congress.[129] However, the rapid increase of cases in the last weeks of March forced the authorities to postpone the election for 5 weeks. The elections were held finally on 15 and 16 May 2021.[130]

Notable cases and fatalities

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b The Chilean Ministry of Health considered all cases as a "recovered" after 14 days since the initial symptoms of the virus, no matter the health situation of the infected or if following tests indicate the continuing presence of the virus. The only exception were casualties, which are not included as recovered.[2] On 25 May 2020, Minister Jaime Mañalich confirmed that the number informed does not represent the number of clinically recovered people, but just an estimation of the number of non-contagious cases.[3] Between 2 and 28 June, the government didn't release the number of recovered cases in their daily report.
  2. ^ Daily reports include only deaths with positive PCR tests and catalogued as "COVID-19 related death" by the Department of Statistics and Health Information (DEIS). This number is informed on the daily reports of the Ministry of Health. The total number of COVID-19 deaths, including suspected cases where PCR test were not available, are published in the epidemiology reports on a weekly basis.[4]
  3. ^ As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of those who suffered eye injuries during the 2019–2020 protests have not been able to continue their treatments.[18] In the cases where injured have gone to hospital for treatment and supervision some have had to share rooms with COVID-19 patients.[18]
  4. ^ Data released by the Ministry of Health, based on the information available at 21:00 the day before the report is released.[1]
  5. ^ Deaths according to the daily reports, not according to real date of death. It considers only the cases with a positive PCR test.
  6. ^ Includes all deaths recorded by the Department of Statistics and Health Information (DEIS) related to COVID-19, including cases without confirmed PCR test or without enough evidence to link the death exclusively to COVID-19
  7. ^ On 17 June 2020, the Ministry of Health informed additional 31,412 cases that had delayed positive tests in previous weeks.

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