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With nearly 60% of their population vaccinated, why is Chile’s Covid rate surging?


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Chile, with nearly 60% of its population fully vaccinated, has gone into another lockdown to curb a new surge of the coronavirus. The Chilean Health Ministry says the 7 day average of new Covid infections remain above 7,000 people per day, and there were only 30 intensive care beds left in the capital as of last night. Santiago has a population around 8 million. Residents are being told to stay at home as the government fights to get the infection rate under control again. But the vast majority of new cases are among the non-vaccinated and people who had only […]

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