FRENCH GUIANA

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FRENCH GUIANA

8,549

Total Cases

53

Total Deaths

7,841

Total Recovered

655

Total Active Cases

+2

New Deaths

+78

New Cases


via paho.org06/16/2020

PAHO Director calls to contain spread of COVID-19 in vulnerable populations in border areas - Pan American Health Organization

Washington, D.C., June 16, 2020 (PAHO)— The Director of the Pan American Health Organization, Dr. Carissa F. Etienne, today called countries to “work together to strengthen the health response within their territories and across frontiers,” in order to contain the spread of COVID-19 cases among migrant and vulnerable populations in border areas.

via reuters03/20/2020

Brazil coronavirus cases top 600, diplomatic spat with China bubbles - Reuters

Confirmed coronavirus cases in Brazil surged past 600 on Thursday, more than doubling in two days, as a diplomatic spat over the disease's origins between President Jair Bolsonaro's son and the Chinese ambassador threatened relations with Brazil's top trading partner.

via theglobepost03/30/2020

Indigenous Leaders Issue Plea for COVID Pandemic Protection - The Globe Post

Indigenous leaders from across South America on Monday issued a desperate plea for protection against the COVID-19 pandemic, warning that the virus poses an “existential threat” to their communities. With billions confined to their homes as the world tries to slow its unprecedented spread, tribes in the Amazon and Chaco regions are urging governments to […]

via antiguaobserver03/04/2020

Five coronavirus cases confirmed in French Guiana March 4, 2020 - Antigua Observer

Spread the love(SNO) – The Prefecture of French Guiana and the French agency, Agence Régionale de Santé (ARS) have confirmed five cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in French Guiana. According to news website la1ere.fr, the five live in Saint-Laurent du Maroni in the South American country. The website said they probably contacted the virus in France where […]


via forbes03/03/2020

Here’s What Travelers Need To Know As Coronavirus Escalates In France - Forbes

As the coronavirus outbreak escalates in France, the world’s top tourist destination, here is what travelers need to know about the spread of the disease, the public health measures being taken, and ways of staying informed as the country prepares for an intensification of the epidemic.