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Peru now has highest number of COVID deaths per capita after review

According to data from Johns Hopkins University, Peruvian authorities on Monday revised the country’s COVID-19 death toll from 69,342 to 180,764 after a review Why it matters: The nearly tripling of the number reported on Sunday means that the country has the worst pandemic death rate per capita, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free. By the Numbers: According to Johns Hopkins, Hungary previously had the highest per capita coronavirus death toll – around 300 per 100,000 people. With its revised toll, Peru has more than 500 deaths from the coronavirus per capita. COVID-19 per 100,000 people. Leading the News: Officials said the undercoverage was in part due to “a lack of testing that made it difficult to confirm that a person had died from the virus or another cause, “Reuters reports. Experts have long feared that the official death toll has been underestimated, as hospitals were teeming with coronavirus patients and oxygen ran out of oxygen, the news agency notes. watch: revised figures precede the second round of the hotly contested June 6 presidential election between leftist Pedro Castillo and former lawmaker Keiko Fujimori. Get more Axios and subscribe to Axios Markets for free.

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