COVID-19 pandemic in Chile

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COVID-19 pandemic in Chile
COVID-19 Outbreak Cases in Chile (Density).svg
Map of regions with confirmed cases (as of 20 May):
  1–9 confirmed
  10–99 confirmed
  100–499 confirmed
  500–999 confirmed
  1000–9999 confirmed
  ≥10000 confirmed
DiseaseCOVID-19
Virus strainSARS-CoV-2
LocationChile
Index caseTalca
Arrival date3 March 2020
(3 months and 2 days)
Confirmed cases118,292[1]
RecoveredUnknown[1][a]
Deaths
1,356[1]
Government website
minsal.cl: Nuevo Coronavirus COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic in Chile is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The virus was confirmed to have reached Chile in March 2020.[4] As of March 2020 there is a considerable COVID-19 outbreak in Chile. While initial cases had been imported from South East Asia and Europe, they expanded into a sizeable quantity of untraceable infections, placing the country within phase 4 of the pandemic as defined by the WHO, and surpassing a thousand confirmed cases on 25 March 2020.

The cases have concentrated in the Greater Santiago, with outbreaks in other areas like Araucanía, Chillán and Punta Arenas. No national lockdown has been established in Chile, as in neighbouring Peru, but only in some communes and urban areas. On 16 May 2020, the whole city of Santiago was put under mandatory quarantine due to an increase of cases.

Currently, Chile has the third largest number of cases in South America and in Latin America, after Brazil and Peru. While the number of fatalities has been lower than other countries in the region, even with fewer cases declared, the number of cases and fatalities have increased constantly since May 2020. On 31 May 2020, the official number of fatalities surpassed 1,000 deaths. Other sources have estimated an additional number of 300 to 1,000 excess deaths compared with statistics of previous years that are not counted by the government.[5][6]

The impact of the pandemic has been great in the South American country. In March 2020, the country was still facing protests and riots that had begun in October 2019 when the first cases of COVID-19 appeared. Partial lockdowns and quarantines were established in the first months, hitting the economy of the country. By April 2020, unemployment had reached 9%, a record-high level in the past 10 years,[7] while the economy had shrunk by 14.1%.[8] A new wave of protests sparked in late May, mainly in Santiago, due to food shortages and lack of support from the national government.[9]

Background[edit]

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, who had initially come to the attention of the WHO on 31 December 2019.[10][11]

Unlike SARS of 2003, the case fatality ratio for COVID-19 [12][13] has been much lower, but the transmission has been significantly greater, with a significant total death toll.[14][12]

Timeline[edit]

March[edit]

  • 3 March 2020: The Ministry of Health confirmed the first case of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in Chile, thus making the country the fifth in Latin America to report such an instance after Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador and Argentina.[4][15] The "patient zero" was a 33-year-old man in the city of Talca, that contracted the virus while taking his honeymoon in Southeast Asia.[16]
  • 4 March 2020: The government confirms two more cases. One was the wife of the first patient, while the other was the first case in Santiago,[17] a 56-year-old woman that had travelled through different European countries, including Italy.[18]
  • 7 March 2020: The Ministry of Health confirmed the first case in a minor, a 17-year-old male that had travelled to Europe with the third and fifth patient confirmed with the virus.[19] Also, the first case is declared in Puerto Montt.[20] 7 cases are confirmed in the country.
  • 8 March 2020: 3 more cases were confirmed, including an 83-year-old woman who contracted the virus from a family member that visited her from New York, who in turn, later presented symptoms and was diagnosed with COVID-19 upon arrival to the United States.[21] This was considered the first infection to occur entirely within Chilean soil.[22]
  • 9 March 2020: A 2-year-old infant as infected as part of the Maule cluster, while the first case is declared in the Biobío Region. The Ministry of Health announced that it will start reporting new cases on a daily basis instead of one-by-one as they get confirmed.[23][24]
  • 11 March 2020: The number of cases reach 23 in the country. 14 of them reside in the Santiago Metropolitan Region, becoming the first region in Chile to surpass ten confirmed cases. Most of them are located in the upper-class communes of Las Condes, Vitacura and Lo Barnechea.[25][26]
  • 13 March 2020: The first educational institution in Santiago began a quarantine period, after a teacher working in Saint George's College tested positive to the virus.[27]
  • 14 March 2020: 18 new cases were confirmed, bringing the total up to 61.[28] The first cases are announced in three regions: 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.[29] The small town, due to its remoteness, is placed under immediate quarantine for 14 days, being the first place in the country subject to this disposition.
The President and Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies of Chile using protective masks.
  • 16 March 2020: 81 new cases were confirmed in a single day, bringing the total up to 156. According to the definition of the Health Organization (WHO), the start of stage 4 of the pandemic has been initiated.[30]
  • 17 March 2020: A cluster of more than 20 cases is confirmed in Chillán. The virus had spread due to direct and indirect interpersonal contact within a gym.[31]
  • 19 March 2020: First day with more than 100 cases confirmed, bringing the total up to 342.[32] The same day, the couple that were the first reported cases of COVID-19 was ruled as healthy and sent back home to begin a post-recovery quarantine.[33]
  • 21 March 2020: Health Minister Jaime Mañalich confirmed the first death derived from coronavirus infection in Chile; an 83-year-old woman from Santiago.[34]
  • 22 March 2020: The number of cases reported reached 632. Nationwide-wide night time curfew was imposed.[35]
  • 24 March 2020: The first case in Easter Island (Rapa Nui) is reported, despite the lockdown established on 19 March.[36]
  • 25 March 2020: The number of cases surpassed the 1,000 milestone. A total of 1,142 cases and 3 deaths are reported by the government.[37]
  • 26 March 2020: Total curfew to 7 communes of the Metropolitan Region was imposed.[38]
  • 27 March 2020: The number of cases reached 1,610, while 5 total deaths are confirmed.[39] Total curfew to Araucania Region was imposed due to high increase on new cases.[40]
  • 28 May 2020: The Chilean government confirmed a total of 86,943 cases, surpassing the number of official cases recorded in China, the source of the pandemic. The number of deaths reached 890 cases.

National statistics[edit]

COVID-19 cases in Chile  ()
     Deaths        Recoveries        Unknown status        Active

Mar Mar Apr Apr May May Last 15 days Last 15 days

Date
# of cases
# of deaths
2020-03-03 1(-) 0(-)
2020-03-04
3(+200%) 0(-)
2020-03-05
4(+33%) 0(-)
2020-03-06
5(+25%) 0(-)
2020-03-07
7(+40%) 0(-)
2020-03-08
10(+43%) 0(-)
2020-03-09
15(+50%) 0(-)
2020-03-10
17(+13%) 0(-)
2020-03-11
23(+35%) 0(-)
2020-03-12
33(+43%) 0(-)
2020-03-13
43(+30%) 0(-)
2020-03-14
61(+42%) 0(-)
2020-03-15
75(+23%) 0(-)
2020-03-16
156(+108%) 0(-)
2020-03-17
201(+29%) 0(-)
2020-03-18
238(+18%) 0(-)
2020-03-19
342(+44%) 0(-)
2020-03-20
434(+27%) 0(-)
2020-03-21
537(+24%) 1(-)
2020-03-22
632(+18%) 1(-)
2020-03-23
746(+18%) 2(+100%)
2020-03-24
922(+24%) 2(-)
2020-03-25
1,142(+24%) 3(+50%)
2020-03-26
1,306(+14%) 4(+33%)
2020-03-27
1,610(+23%) 5(+25%)
2020-03-28
1,909(+19%) 6(+20%)
2020-03-29
2,139(+12%) 7(+17%)
2020-03-30
2,449(+14%) 8(+14%)
2020-03-31
2,738(+12%) 12(+50%)
2020-04-01
3,031(+11%) 16(+33%)
2020-04-02
3,404(+12%) 18(+13%)
2020-04-03
3,737(+10%) 22(+22%)
2020-04-04
4,161(+11%) 27(+23%)
2020-04-05
4,471(+7%) 34(+26%)
2020-04-06
4,815(+8%) 37(+9%)
2020-04-07
5,116(+6%) 43(+16%)
2020-04-08
5,546(+8%) 48(+12%)
2020-04-09
5,972(+8%) 57(+19%)
2020-04-10
6,501(+9%) 65(+14%)
2020-04-11
6,927(+7%) 73(+12%)
2020-04-12
7,213(+4%) 80(+10%)
2020-04-13
7,525(+4%) 82(+2%)
2020-04-14
7,917(+5%) 92(+12%)
2020-04-15
8,273(+4%) 94(+2%)
2020-04-16
8,807(+6%) 105(+12%)
2020-04-17
9,252(+5%) 116(+10%)
2020-04-18
9,730(+5%) 126(+9%)
2020-04-19
10,088(+4%) 133(+6%)
2020-04-20
10,507(+4%) 139(+5%)
2020-04-21
10,832(+3%) 147(+6%)
2020-04-22
11,296(+4%) 160(+9%)
2020-04-23
11,812(+5%) 168(+5%)
2020-04-24
12,306(+4%) 174(+4%)
2020-04-25
12,858(+4%) 181(+4%)
2020-04-26
13,331(+4%) 189(+4%)
2020-04-27
13,813(+4%) 198(+5%)
2020-04-28
14,365(+4%) 207(+5%)
2020-04-29
15,135(+5%) 216(+4%)
2020-04-30
16,023(+6%) 227(+5%)
2020-05-01
17,008(+6%) 234(+3%)
2020-05-02
18,435(+8%) 247(+6%)
2020-05-03
19,663(+7%) 260(+5%)
2020-05-04
20,643(+5%) 270(+4%)
2020-05-05
22,016(+7%) 275(+2%)
2020-05-06
23,048(+5%) 281(+2%)
2020-05-07
24,581(+7%) 285(+1%)
2020-05-08
25,972(+6%) 294(+3%)
2020-05-09
27,219(+5%) 304(+3%)
2020-05-10
28,866(+6%) 312(+3%)
2020-05-11
30,063(+4%) 323(+4%)
2020-05-12
31,721(+6%) 335(+4%)
2020-05-13
34,381(+8%) 346(+3%)
2020-05-14
37,040(+8%) 368(+6%)
2020-05-15
39,542(+7%) 394(+7%)
2020-05-16
41,428(+5%) 421(+7%)
2020-05-17
43,781(+6%) 450(+7%)
2020-05-18
46,059(+5%) 478(+6%)
2020-05-19
49,579(+8%) 509(+6%)
2020-05-20
53,617(+8%) 544(+7%)
2020-05-21
57,581(+7%) 589(+8%)
2020-05-22
61,857(+7%) 630(+7%)
2020-05-23
65,393(+6%) 673(+7%)
2020-05-24
69,102(+6%) 718(+7%)
2020-05-25
73,997(+7%) 761(+6%)
2020-05-26
77,961(+5%) 806(+6%)
2020-05-27
82,289(+6%) 841(+4%)
2020-05-28
86,943(+6%) 890(+6%)
2020-05-29
90,638(+4%) 944(+6%)
2020-05-30
94,858(+5%) 997(+6%)
2020-05-31
99,688(+5%) 1,054(+6%)
2020-06-01
105,159(+5%) 1,113(+6%)
2020-06-02
108,686(+3%) 1,188(+7%)
2020-06-03
113,628(+5%) 1,275(+7%)
2020-06-04
118,292(+4%) 1,356(+6%)
Data from the daily report of the Chilean Ministry of Health.


Day[b] New cases accord. symptoms Total
cases
Recovered
cases[a]
Active
cases
Deaths
with without[c] Total New Total
3 March 2020 1 1 1 0 1 0 0
4 March 2020 2 2 3 0 3 0 0
5 March 2020 1 1 4 0 4 0 0
6 March 2020 1 1 5 0 5 0 0
7 March 2020 2 2 7 0 7 0 0
8 March 2020 3 3 10 0 10 0 0
9 March 2020 5 5 15 0 15 0 0
10 March 2020 2 2 17 0 17 0 0
11 March 2020 6 6 23 0 23 0 0
12 March 2020 10 10 33 0 33 0 0
13 March 2020 10 10 43 0 43 0 0
14 March 2020 18 18 61 0 61 0 0
15 March 2020 14 14 75 0 75 0 0
16 March 2020 81 81 156 0 156 0 0
17 March 2020 45 45 201 1 200 0 0
18 March 2020 37 37 238 3 235 0 0
19 March 2020 104 104 342 5 337 0 0
20 March 2020 92 92 434 6 428 0 0
21 March 2020 103 103 537 8 528 1 1
22 March 2020 95 95 632 8 623 0 1
23 March 2020 114 114 746 11 733 1 2
24 March 2020 176 176 922 17 903 0 2
25 March 2020 220 220 1,142 22 1,117 1 3
26 March 2020 164 164 1,306 33 1,269 1 4
27 March 2020 304 304 1,610 43 1,562 1 5
28 March 2020 299 299 1,909 61 1,842 1 6
29 March 2020 230 230 2,139 75 2,057 1 7
30 March 2020 310 310 2,449 156 2,285 1 8
31 March 2020 289 289 2,738 201 2,525 4 12
1 April 2020 293 293 3,031 234 2,781 4 16
2 April 2020 373 373 3,404 335 3,051 2 18
3 April 2020 333 333 3,737 427 3,288 4 22
4 April 2020 424 424 4,161 528 3,606 5 27
5 April 2020 310 310 4,471 598 3,839 7 34
6 April 2020 344 344 4,815 728 4,050 3 37
7 April 2020 301 301 5,116 898 4,175 6 43
8 April 2020 430 430 5,546 1,115 4,383 5 48
9 April 2020 426 426 5,972 1,274 4,641 9 57
10 April 2020 529 529 6,501 1,571 4,865 8 65
11 April 2020 426 426 6,927 1,864 4,990 8 73
12 April 2020 286 286 7,213 2,059 5,074 7 80
13 April 2020 312 312 7,525 2,367 5,076 2 82
14 April 2020 392 392 7,917 2,646 5,179 10 92
15 April 2020 356 356 8,273 2,937 5,242 2 94
16 April 2020 534 534 8,807 3,299 5,403 11 105
17 April 2020 445 445 9,252 3,621 5,515 11 116
18 April 2020 478 478 9,730 4,035 5,569 10 126
19 April 2020 358 358 10,088 4,338 5,617 7 133
20 April 2020 419 419 10,507 4,676 5,692 6 139
21 April 2020 325 325 10,832 4,969 5,716 8 147
22 April 2020 464 464 11,296 5,386 5,750 13 160
23 April 2020 516 516 11,812 5,804 5,840 8 168
24 April 2020 494 494 12,306 6,327 5,805 6 174
25 April 2020 552 552 12,858 6,746 5,931 7 181
26 April 2020 473 473 13,331 7,024 6,118 8 189
27 April 2020 482 482 13,813 7,327 6,288 9 198
28 April 2020 552 552 14,365 7,710 6,448 9 207
29 April 2020 520 250 770 15,135 8,057 6,862 9 216
30 April 2020 780 108 888 16,023 8,580 7,216 11 227
1 May 2020 882 103 985 17,008 9,018 7,756 7 234
2 May 2020 1,246 181 1,427 18,435 9,572 8,616 13 247
3 May 2020 1,112 116 1,228 19,663 10,041 9,362 13 260
4 May 2020 876 104 980 20,643 10,415 9,958 10 270
5 May 2020 1,317 56 1,373 22,016 10,710 11,031 5 275
6 May 2020 893 139 1,032 23,048 11,189 11,578 6 281
7 May 2020 1,343 190 1,533 24,581 11,664 12,632 4 285
8 May 2020 1,183 208 1,391 25,972 12,160 13,518 9 294
9 May 2020 1,004 243 1,247 27,219 12,667 14,248 10 304
10 May 2020 1,406 241 1,647 28,866 13,112 15,442 8 312
11 May 2020 975 222 1,197 30,063 13,605 16,135 11 323
12 May 2020 1,479 179 1,658 31,721 14,125 17,261 12 335
13 May 2020 2,152 508 2,660 34,381 14,865 19,170 11 346
14 May 2020 2,301 358 2,659 37,040 15,655 21,017 22 368
15 May 2020 2,112 390 2,502 39,542 16,614 22,534 26 394
16 May 2020 1,573 313 1,886 41,428 18,014 22,993 27 421
17 May 2020 2,024 329 2,353 43,781 19,213 24,118 29 450
18 May 2020 2,018 260 2,278 46,059 20,165 25,416 28 478
19 May 2020 3,099 421 3,520 49,579 21,507 27,563 31 509
20 May 2020 3,647 391 4,038 53,617 22,504 30,569 35 544
21 May 2020 3,538 426 3,964 57,581 23,992 33,000 45 589
22 May 2020 3,863 413 4,276 61,857 25,342 35,885 41 630
23 May 2020 3,237 299 3,536 65,393 26,546 38,174 43 673
24 May 2020 3,343 366 3,709 69,102 28,148 40,236 45 718
25 May 2020 4,428 467 4,895 73,997 29,302 43,934 43 761
26 May 2020 3,618 346 3,964 77,961 30,915 46,240 45 806
27 May 2020 3,956 372 4,328 82,289 33,540 47,908 35 841
28 May 2020 4,128 526 4,654 86,943 36,150 49,903 49 890
29 May 2020 3,355 340 3,695 90,638 38,598 51,096 54 944
30 May 2020 3,736 484 4,220 94,858 40,431 53,430 53 997
31 May 2020 4,437 393 4,830 99,688 42,727 55,907 57 1,054
1 Jun 2020 5,082 389 5,471 105,159 44,946 59,100 59 1,113
2 Jun 2020 3,206 321 3,527 108,686 Unknown 21,325 75 1,188
3 Jun 2020 4,537 405 4,942 113,628 Unknown 21,605 87 1,275
4 Jun 2020 4,172 492 4,664 118,292 Unknown 21,305 81 1,356

Charts[edit]

Cases[edit]

The same graph in semi-log plot form:

Death count by age
Age         Deaths
≤ 39
35
40–49
60
50–59
144
60–69
252
70–79
397
80–89
352
≥ 90
116

Updated: 4 Jun 2020[1]

Medical care situation[edit]

Distribution per region[edit]

Summary[edit]

  • Updated as of 4 Jun 2020.[1]
Regions Confirmed
cases
Cases per
100,000
Confirmed
deaths
Deaths per
100,000
 Arica y Parinacota 736 291.94 8 3.17
 Tarapacá 2810 734.12 28 7.32
 Antofagasta 2862 413.67 38 5.49
 Atacama 258 81.98 0 0
 Coquimbo 772 92.33 4 0.48
 Valparaíso 4017 204.93 78 3.98
 Santiago Metropolitan 95890 1180.17 1034 12.73
 O'Higgins 967 97.57 21 2.12
 Maule 1732 153.01 21 1.86
 Ñuble 1372 268.2 24 4.69
 Biobío 2301 138.31 13 0.78
 Araucanía 2182 215.11 47 4.63
 Los Ríos 379 93.39 8 1.97
 Los Lagos 926 103.88 13 1.46
 Aysén 19 17.71 0 0
 Magallanes and Antártica Chilena 1069 599.34 19 10.65
Chile National total: 16 regions 118292 607.93 1356 6.97

Cases by day[edit]

New COVID-19 cases and deaths in Chile by region ()
Date
Cases Deaths
Total
Total
Arica y Parinacota Region Tarapacá Region Antofagasta Region Atacama Region Coquimbo Region Valparaíso Region Santiago Metropolitan Region O'Higgins Region Maule Region Ñuble Region Biobío Region Araucanía Region Los Ríos Region Los Lagos Region Aysén Region Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena Region Arica y Parinacota Region Tarapacá Region Antofagasta Region Atacama Region Coquimbo Region Valparaíso Region Santiago Metropolitan Region O'Higgins Region Maule Region Ñuble Region Biobío Region Araucanía Region Los Ríos Region Los Lagos Region Aysén Region Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena Region
2020-03-03 1 1  
2020-03-04 1 1 2  
2020-03-05 1 1  
2020-03-06 1 1  
2020-03-07 1 1 2  
2020-03-08 2 1 3  
2020-03-09 3 1 1 5  
2020-03-10 1 1 2  
2020-03-11 4 2 6  
2020-03-12 9 1 10  
2020-03-13 6 1 1 2 10  
2020-03-14 2 1 11 1 2 1 18  
2020-03-15 14 14  
2020-03-16 1 69 8 1 1 1 81  
2020-03-17 29 14 2 45  
2020-03-18 22 2 3 3 7 37  
2020-03-19 1 2 3 73 2 3 2 7 3 8 104  
2020-03-20 4 1 1 57 4 16 5 2 2 92  
2020-03-21 4 8 55 1 1 14 11 6 2 1 103 1 1
2020-03-22 1 1 2 3 50 1 10 6 5 12 3 1 95  
2020-03-23 1 1 3 50 3 17 11 13 3 10 2 114 1 1
2020-03-24 3 2 5 6 81 1 1 24 27 19 2 3 2 176  
2020-03-25 6 1 7 142 2 1 6 22 15 5 8 5 220 1 1
2020-03-26 1 1 1 1 12 64 3 1 3 14 37 3 16 1 6 164 1 1
2020-03-27 1 1 5 192 2 1 30 26 32 8 3 3 304 1 1
2020-03-28 4 1 22 146 4 5 28 16 34 5 30 4 299 1 1
2020-03-29 1 1 2 1 3 9 83 1 5 25 34 28 13 11 13 230 1 1
2020-03-30 2 2 8 9 28 128 12 32 16 42 7 24 310 1 1
2020-03-31 2 1 7 125 2 8 16 15 55 11 23 24 289 1 1 2 4
2020-04-01 4 1 2 21 101 3 9 14 24 41 6 30 1 36 293 1 2 1 4
2020-04-02 1 2 8 4 20 115 6 11 82 35 46 4 22 2 15 373 1 1 2
2020-04-03 5 1 7 2 1 20 106 1 7 29 27 43 10 31 1 42 333 2 1 1 4
2020-04-04 4 1 9 9 215 5 8 31 45 45 11 25 16 424 1 1 2 1 5
2020-04-05 16 3 5 6 6 145 3 6 24 18 32 10 17 1 18 310 1 1 4 1 7
2020-04-06 13 1 8 1 7 142 1 5 49 18 53 5 10 31 344 1 1 1 3
2020-04-07 12 2 1 1 1 16 106 48 27 50 5 13 19 301 1 2 1 1 1 6
2020-04-08 10 3 8 2 4 11 198 1 11 39 29 57 5 26 26 430 1 2 1 1 5
2020-04-09 12 3 15 2 5 5 284 1 9 10 21 20 4 15 20 426 7 1 1 9
2020-04-10 12 6 18 3 11 361 3 18 14 23 6 9 45 529 8 8
2020-04-11 20 3 7 3 7 255 1 3 17 16 27 6 15 46 426 3 1 1 3 8
2020-04-12 8 8 21 2 6 151 1 4 7 10 36 5 8 19 286 1 3 1 1 1 7
2020-04-13 6 11 19 204 2 3 5 12 20 3 8 19 312 1 1 2
2020-04-14 5 10 6 12 283 5 1 4 16 21 10 5 14 392 4 1 1 3 1 10
2020-04-15 4 21 14 248 1 10 12 14 10 2 5 15 356 1 1 2
2020-04-16 5 4 16 2 31 348 15 5 17 56 3 9 23 534 2 7 2 11
2020-04-17 5 7 19 15 233 1 56 17 19 25 1 13 34 445 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 11
2020-04-18 8 8 15 14 277 53 11 28 37 2 4 21 478 7 1 1 1 10
2020-04-19 3 9 23 22 189 26 11 10 28 1 5 31 358 1 5 1 7
2020-04-20 16 3 14 1 7 262 1 2 9 10 73 5 3 13 419 4 2 6
2020-04-21 9 11 28 15 145 1 12 7 10 47 5 8 27 325 1 2 1 1 2 1 8
2020-04-22 10 10 35 1 18 295 2 12 9 22 21 4 13 12 464 1 1 9 1 1 13
2020-04-23 30 14 14 5 8 351 17 5 5 17 29 2 9 10 516 7 1 8
2020-04-24 29 6 26 3 2 7 327 5 16 7 8 42 1 6 9 494 1 1 1 1 1 1 6
2020-04-25 6 9 25 3 1 18 404 4 1 10 13 19 3 5 31 552 1 1 1 3 1 7
2020-04-26 7 13 52 5 6 331 7 4 6 7 13 1 8 13 473 1 2 1 1 2 1 8
2020-04-27 13 8 14 6 1 25 362 2 9 10 3 20 2 4 3 482 4 1 3 1 9
2020-04-28 3 5 24 8 442 3 21 6 3 15 22 552 1 5 1 1 1 9
2020-04-29 4 14 33 7 2 33 589 7 8 14 10 22 2 4 21 770 1 2 4 1 1 9
2020-04-30 7 15 32 1 33 736 4 1 7 8 20 7 6 11 888 1 6 3 1 11
2020-05-01 18 2 43 1 9 891 1 1 2 2 14 1 985 2 4 1 7
2020-05-02 10 12 90 16 1 46 1145 11 2 8 22 19 7 12 26 1427 1 8 2 2 13
2020-05-03 1 60 61 8 10 24 995 5 1 10 8 14 2 4 25 1228 13 13
2020-05-04 23 20 3 3 18 872 6 2 1 3 3 1 7 18 980 8 1 1 10
2020-05-05 7 27 51 8 6 31 1179 5 9 2 12 21 1 14 1373 2 3 5
2020-05-06 3 17 44 2 29 875 9 2 15 10 1 16 9 1032 1 1 4 6
2020-05-07 7 78 40 7 3 65 1246 6 6 2 25 23 2 4 1 18 1533 1 1 2 4
2020-05-08 2 42 28 1 11 47 1151 16 11 1 28 18 1 3 31 1391 2 1 5 1 9
2020-05-09 10 26 24 29 18 50 978 15 7 7 40 15 3 11 14 1247 1 1 6 1 1 10
2020-05-10 3 35 31 7 6 55 1396 13 9 11 17 36 16 12 1647 1 1 3 1 2 8
2020-05-11 11 27 36 9 5 37 964 21 13 2 33 12 2 17 8 1197 1 1 6 1 1 1 11
2020-05-12 31 95 1 8 59 1392 8 12 12 10 16 3 2 9 1658 2 6 1 1 1 1 12
2020-05-13 8 37 107 5 5 94 2256 24 19 13 33 13 1 34 11 2660 1 1 6 1 2 11
2020-05-14 4 67 61 1 12 90 2251 47 34 10 20 41 2 5 14 2659 1 18 1 2 22
2020-05-15 5 97 54 3 15 99 2060 28 21 36 41 28 5 8 2 2502 1 1 2 19 1 2 26
2020-05-16 9 66 98 3 7 53 1518 6 11 36 38 23 3 15 1886 1 1 25 27
2020-05-17 1 130 76 3 7 109 1890 37 22 21 25 19 1 3 9 2353 2 1 1 24 1 29
2020-05-18 20 81 84 8 18 79 1767 52 29 43 45 33 4 5 10 2278 1 1 24 1 1 28
2020-05-19 24 53 59 1 27 86 3140 24 38 3 28 27 5 4 1 3520 2 2 24 1 1 1 31
2020-05-20 2 30 83 5 24 131 3588 13 40 23 52 14 18 10 5 4038 1 3 30 1 35
2020-05-21 29 107 47 5 5 117 3462 10 51 9 39 35 11 27 10 3964 3 40 1 1 45
2020-05-22 18 147 63 7 13 133 3709 27 51 5 48 22 4 24 5 4276 1 2 35 1 1 1 41
2020-05-23 11 78 56 7 13 96 3049 26 41 52 43 37 12 10 5 3536 4 4 32 3 43
2020-05-24 16 93 50 29 114 3145 36 69 25 60 34 16 9 13 3709 2 4 39 45
2020-05-25 15 66 68 3 15 75 4386 34 61 37 44 49 7 27 2 6 4895 5 35 2 1 43
2020-05-26 9 107 48 3 46 150 3355 66 60 8 44 26 7 18 2 15 3964 1 2 4 38 45
2020-05-27 19 74 74 9 71 121 3726 37 53 27 63 33 5 10 6 4328 3 2 1 28 1 35
2020-05-28 21 146 111 5 27 154 3904 14 54 31 112 38 9 23 2 3 4654 1 3 2 43 49
2020-05-29 20 136 70 5 55 112 2995 40 60 37 101 35 12 8 2 7 3695 2 1 47 1 2 1 54
2020-05-30 6 157 111 8 60 195 3341 11 76 14 110 71 15 38 7 4220 4 1 2 43 2 1 53
2020-05-31 31 111 81 3 31 130 4253 29 41 1 91 11 11 3 1 2 4830 3 2 3 47 2 57
2020-06-01 17 165 75 14 40 181 4735 28 44 33 91 40 7 1 5471 1 1 1 4 49 2 1 59
2020-06-02 18 68 64 4 19 247 2955 30 40 12 30 5 31 1 3 3527 1 2 2 70 75
2020-06-03 47 88 67 6 31 174 3997 88 214 39 133 32 4 19 3 4942 5 2 2 5 67 2 2 1 1 87
2020-06-04 35 128 146 16 54 248 3699 36 137 43 86 9 7 13 1 6 4664 2 1 73 1 2 2 81
Total 736 2810 2862 258 772 4017 95890 967 1732 1372 2301 2182 379 926 19 1069 118292 8 28 38 0 4 78 1034 21 21 24 13 47 8 13 0 19 1356
Source: Confirmed cases by the Chilean Ministry of Health reported on 4 Jun 2020. Cases included until 9 p.m. 3 Jun (GMT-3).[1]

Charts[edit]

For these charts, the regions of Chile has been grouped as:

The same graph in semi-log plot form:

Distribution per commune[edit]

Cases per 100,000 inhabitants at commune level (29 May 2020).
   > 1,000 cases.
   300–1,000.
   100–300.
   30–100.
   10-30.
   1-10.
   None.

Summary[edit]

Total COVID-19 cases by commune and month[42]
Region ID Commune Population 30 March 27 April 29 May
Cases per 100,000 Cases per 100,000 Cases per 100,000
 AYP 15101 Arica 247,552 6 2.4 270 109.1 596 240.8
 AYP 15102 Camarones 1,233
 AYP 15201 Putre 2,515
 AYP 15202 General Lagos 810
 TAR 01101 Iquique 223,463 5 2.2 75 33.6 1,218 545.1
 TAR 01107 Alto Hospicio 129,999 55 42.3 744 572.3
 TAR 01401 Pozo Almonte 17,395 2 11.5 47 270.2
 TAR 01402 Camiña 1,375 2 145.5
 TAR 01403 Colchane 1,583 1 63.2
 TAR 01404 Huara 3,000 30 1000.0
 TAR 01405 Pica 5,958 31 520.3 45 755.3
 ANT 02101 Antofagasta 425,725 29 6.8 303 71.2 1,395 327.7
 ANT 02102 Mejillones 14,776 65 439.9 244 1651.3
 ANT 02103 Sierra Gorda 1,746 13 744.6
 ANT 02104 Taltal 13,657 7 51.3 26 190.4
 ANT 02201 Calama 190,336 54 28.4 415 218.0
 ANT 02202 Ollagüe 287
 ANT 02203 San Pedro de Atacama 10,434 4 38.3 8 76.7
 ANT 02301 Tocopilla 28,079 11 39.2 30 106.8
 ANT 02302 María Elena 6,814 13 190.8 154 2260.1
 ATA 03101 Copiapó 171,766 8 4.7 115 67.0
 ATA 03102 Caldera 19,426 6 30.9
 ATA 03103 Tierra Amarilla 14,312 6 41.9 24 167.7
 ATA 03201 Chañaral 13,164 1 7.6
 ATA 03202 Diego de Almagro 14,358 1 7.0 12 83.6
 ATA 03301 Vallenar 57,009 13 22.8 50 87.7
 ATA 03302 Alto del Carmen 5,729
 ATA 03303 Freirina 7,681 1 13.0 1 13.0
 ATA 03304 Huasco 11,264 1 8.9
 COQ 04101 La Serena 249,656 19 7.6 145 58.1
 COQ 04102 Coquimbo 256,735 17 6.6 26 10.1 192 74.8
 COQ 04103 Andacollo 11,791 13 110.3
 COQ 04104 La Higuera 4,450
 COQ 04105 Paiguano 4,675
 COQ 04106 Vicuña 29,741 14 47.1
 COQ 04201 Illapel 32,801 18 54.9 21 64.0
 COQ 04202 Canela 9,546 2 21.0
 COQ 04203 Los Vilos 23,374 1 4.3 1 4.3
 COQ 04204 Salamanca 29,110 7 24.0 14 48.1
 COQ 04301 Ovalle 121,269 4 3.3 9 7.4 97 80.0
 COQ 04302 Combarbalá 13,884 9 64.8
 COQ 04303 Monte Patria 32,527 29 89.2
 COQ 04304 Punitaqui 12,165 1 8.2 13 106.9
 COQ 04305 Río Hurtado 4,372 1 22.9 2 45.7
 VAL 05101 Valparaíso 315,732 16 5.1 68 21.5 482 152.7
 VAL 05102 Casablanca 29,170 3 10.3 23 78.8
 VAL 05103 Concón 45,889 14 30.5 49 106.8
 VAL 05104 Juan Fernández 1,033
 VAL 05105 Puchuncaví 20,071 7 34.9
 VAL 05107 Quintero 36,135 9 24.9 56 155.0
 VAL 05109 Viña del Mar 361,371 29 8.0 109 30.2 589 163.0
 VAL 05201 Isla de Pascua 8,277 5 60.4 5 60.4
 VAL 05301 Los Andes 68,093 7 10.3 128 188.0
 VAL 05302 Calle Larga 16,482 6 36.4 36 218.4
 VAL 05303 Rinconada 11,263 2 17.8 26 230.8
 VAL 05304 San Esteban 20,643 3 14.5 18 87.2
 VAL 05401 La Ligua 37,739 2 5.3 15 39.7
 VAL 05402 Cabildo 20,663 3 14.5 18 87.1
 VAL 05403 Papudo 6,201 7 112.9
 VAL 05404 Petorca 10,558 6 56.8 14 132.6
 VAL 05405 Zapallar 7,994 3 37.5
 VAL 05501 Quillota 97,572 6 6.1 22 22.5 66 67.6
 VAL 05502 Calera 53,591 6 11.2 22 41.1 51 95.2
 VAL 05503 Hijuelas 19,099 1 5.2 13 68.1
 VAL 05504 La Cruz 25,321 8 31.6 26 102.7
 VAL 05506 Nogales 23,490 14 59.6
 VAL 05601 San Antonio 96,761 53 54.8 359 371.0
 VAL 05602 Algarrobo 15,174 7 46.1 10 65.9 36 237.2
 VAL 05603 Cartagena 25,357 6 23.7 42 165.6
 VAL 05604 El Quisco 17,742 11 62.0 44 248.0
 VAL 05605 El Tabo 14,338 9 62.8 37 258.1
 VAL 05606 Santo Domingo 11,934 17 142.5 38 318.4
 VAL 05701 San Felipe 83,494 6 7.2 112 134.1
 VAL 05702 Catemu 15,213 10 65.7
 VAL 05703 Llaillay 26,533 2 7.5 53 199.8
 VAL 05704 Panquehue 7,633 8 104.8
 VAL 05705 Putaendo 17,645 5 28.3 24 136.0
 VAL 05706 Santa María 16,367 2 12.2 30 183.3
 VAL 05801 Quilpué 167,085 11 6.6 30 18.0 188 112.5
 VAL 05802 Limache 49,931 23 46.1 85 170.2
 VAL 05803 Olmué 19,266 2 10.4 15 77.9
 VAL 05804 Villa Alemana 139,310 6 4.3 15 10.8 147 105.5
 RMS 13101 Santiago 503,147 127 25.2 700 139.1 5,617 1116.4
 RMS 13102 Cerrillos 88,956 80 89.9 876 984.8
 RMS 13103 Cerro Navia 142,465 19 13.3 135 94.8 1,230 863.4
 RMS 13104 Conchalí 139,195 14 10.1 113 81.2 1,773 1273.8
 RMS 13105 El Bosque 172,000 18 10.5 177 102.9 1,448 841.9
 RMS 13106 Estación Central 206,792 16 7.7 207 100.1 1,986 960.4
 RMS 13107 Huechuraba 112,528 17 15.1 82 72.9 1,005 893.1
 RMS 13108 Independencia 142,065 15 10.6 246 173.2 2,566 1806.2
 RMS 13109 La Cisterna 100,434 10 10.0 84 83.6 845 841.3
 RMS 13110 La Florida 402,433 43 10.7 328 81.5 3,927 975.8
 RMS 13111 La Granja 122,557 5 4.1 95 77.5 2,206 1800.0
 RMS 13112 La Pintana 189,335 195 103.0 2,379 1256.5
 RMS 13113 La Reina 100,252 24 23.9 84 83.8 644 642.4
 RMS 13114 Las Condes 330,759 181 54.7 355 107.3 2,141 647.3
 RMS 13115 Lo Barnechea 124,076 68 54.8 194 156.4 1,060 854.3
 RMS 13116 Lo Espejo 103,865 4 3.9 100 96.3 1,061 1021.5
 RMS 13117 Lo Prado 104,403 14 13.4 111 106.3 900 862.0
 RMS 13118 Macul 134,635 10 7.4 110 81.7 1,412 1048.8
 RMS 13119 Maipú 578,605 43 7.4 399 69.0 3,193 551.8
 RMS 13120 Ñuñoa 250,192 67 26.8 291 116.3 1,662 664.3
 RMS 13121 Pedro Aguirre Cerda 107,803 7 6.5 129 119.7 1,149 1065.8
 RMS 13122 Peñalolén 266,798 31 11.6 254 95.2 3,505 1313.7
 RMS 13123 Providencia 157,749 82 52.0 200 126.8 1,071 678.9
 RMS 13124 Pudahuel 253,139 17 6.7 167 66.0 1,728 682.6
 RMS 13125 Quilicura 254,694 17 6.7 236 92.7 2,644 1038.1
 RMS 13126 Quinta Normal 136,368 21 15.4 194 142.3 1,255 920.3
 RMS 13127 Recoleta 190,075 17 8.9 226 118.9 3,287 1729.3
 RMS 13128 Renca 160,847 9 5.6 131 81.4 1,374 854.2
 RMS 13129 San Joaquín 103,485 13 12.6 149 144.0 1,603 1549.0
 RMS 13130 San Miguel 133,059 25 18.8 173 130.0 1,444 1085.2
 RMS 13131 San Ramón 86,510 90 104.0 1,543 1783.6
 RMS 13132 Vitacura 96,774 83 85.8 138 142.6 646 667.5
 RMS 13201 Puente Alto 645,909 45 7.0 764 118.3 5,770 893.3
 RMS 13202 Pirque 30,433 19 62.4 231 759.0
 RMS 13203 San José de Maipo 18,644 8 42.9 186 997.6
 RMS 13301 Colina 180,353 32 17.7 103 57.1 1,259 698.1
 RMS 13302 Lampa 126,898 10 7.9 68 53.6 864 680.9
 RMS 13303 Tiltil 21,477 5 23.3 112 521.5
 RMS 13401 San Bernardo 334,836 32 9.6 372 111.1 2,539 758.3
 RMS 13402 Buin 109,641 7 6.4 60 54.7 471 429.6
 RMS 13403 Calera de Tango 28,525 6 21.0 15 52.6 83 291.0
 RMS 13404 Paine 82,766 15 18.1 249 300.8
 RMS 13501 Melipilla 141,612 6 4.2 48 33.9 533 376.4
 RMS 13502 Alhué 7,405 5 67.5
 RMS 13503 Curacaví 36,430 5 13.7 15 41.2 203 557.2
 RMS 13504 María Pinto 14,926 1 6.7 28 187.6
 RMS 13505 San Pedro 11,953 2 16.7 33 276.1
 RMS 13601 Talagante 81,838 33 40.3 224 273.7
 RMS 13602 El Monte 40,014 16 40.0 117 292.4
 RMS 13603 Isla de Maipo 40,171 13 32.4 65 161.8
 RMS 13604 Padre Hurtado 74,188 10 13.5 40 53.9 300 404.4
 RMS 13605 Peñaflor 101,058 10 9.9 51 50.5 363 359.2
 OHI 06101 Rancagua 265,211 7 2.6 32 12.1 326 122.9
 OHI 06102 Codegua 14,096 1 7.1 8 56.8
 OHI 06103 Coinco 7,831 1 12.8 14 178.8
 OHI 06104 Coltauco 21,263 22 103.5
 OHI 06105 Doñihue 22,700 1 4.4 31 136.6
 OHI 06106 Graneros 36,504 2 5.5 45 123.3
 OHI 06107 Las Cabras 26,749 3 11.2 15 56.1
 OHI 06108 Machalí 59,913 16 26.7 44 73.4
 OHI 06109 Malloa 14,163 4 28.2
 OHI 06110 Mostazal 27,462 13 47.3
 OHI 06111 Olivar 14,624 6 41.0 19 129.9
 OHI 06112 Peumo 14,952 1 6.7 7 46.8
 OHI 06113 Pichidegua 20,743 9 43.4
 OHI 06114 Quinta de Tilcoco 13,877 1 7.2 2 14.4
 OHI 06115 Rengo 63,710 7 11.0 35 54.9
 OHI 06116 Requínoa 30,371 4 13.2 19 62.6
 OHI 06117 San Vicente 50,617 4 7.9 43 85.0
 OHI 06201 Pichilemu 17,882 8 44.7
 OHI 06202 La Estrella 3,114
 OHI 06203 Litueche 6,765 3 44.3 11 162.6
 OHI 06204 Marchihue 7,632
 OHI 06205 Navidad 6,904 10 144.8
 OHI 06206 Paredones 6,349 2 31.5
 OHI 06301 San Fernando 78,642 5 6.4 25 31.8
 OHI 06302 Chépica 15,925 6 37.7
 OHI 06303 Chimbarongo 37,696 2 5.3 16 42.4
 OHI 06304 Lolol 7,289 3 41.2
 OHI 06305 Nancagua 19,141 12 62.7
 OHI 06306 Palmilla 13,299 3 22.6
 OHI 06307 Peralillo 11,848 2 16.9
 OHI 06308 Placilla 9,164 1 10.9 6 65.5
 OHI 06309 Pumanque 3,531
 OHI 06310 Santa Cruz 41,096 2 4.9 13 31.6
 MAU 07101 Talca 236,724 34 14.4 149 62.9 311 131.4
 MAU 07102 Constitución 50,348 19 37.7 33 65.5
 MAU 07103 Curepto 9,426 8 84.9 12 127.3
 MAU 07104 Empedrado 4,206
 MAU 07105 Maule 60,000 22 36.7 50 83.3
 MAU 07106 Pelarco 9,083 5 55.0 19 209.2
 MAU 07107 Pencahue 8,601 3 34.9 12 139.5
 MAU 07108 Río Claro 14,753 7 47.4 14 94.9
 MAU 07109 San Clemente 46,292 9 19.4 55 118.8
 MAU 07110 San Rafael 9,959 3 30.1 45 451.9
 MAU 07201 Cauquenes 44,143 13 29.4 44 99.7
 MAU 07202 Chanco 9,331 3 32.2 3 32.2
 MAU 07203 Pelluhue 8,092 2 24.7 10 123.6
 MAU 07301 Curicó 163,626 6 3.7 37 22.6 231 141.2
 MAU 07302 Hualañé 10,222 18 176.1
 MAU 07303 Licantén 6,989 2 28.6 2 28.6
 MAU 07304 Molina 49,800 7 14.1 20 40.2
 MAU 07305 Rauco 11,248 2 17.8 10 88.9
 MAU 07306 Romeral 16,170 13 80.4 18 111.3
 MAU 07307 Sagrada Familia 19,469 2 10.3 6 30.8
 MAU 07308 Teno 30,850 2 6.5 12 38.9
 MAU 07309 Vichuquén 4,381
 MAU 07401 Linares 101,073 4 4.0 24 23.7 75 74.2
 MAU 07402 Colbún 22,565 6 26.6 32 141.8
 MAU 07403 Longaví 32,810 4 12.2 27 82.3
 MAU 07404 Parral 44,544 4 9.0 9 20.2 56 125.7
 MAU 07405 Retiro 21,071 1 4.7 13 61.7
 MAU 07406 San Javier 49,451 20 40.4 49 99.1
 MAU 07407 Villa Alegre 17,512 2 11.4 6 34.3
 MAU 07408 Yerbas Buenas 19,200 1 5.2 24 125.0
 ÑUB 16101 Chillán 198,624 114 57.4 405 203.9 582 293.0
 ÑUB 16102 Bulnes 22,607 12 53.1 60 265.4 169 747.6
 ÑUB 16103 Chillán Viejo 33,827 13 38.4 55 162.6 97 286.8
 ÑUB 16104 El Carmen 12,334 3 24.3 16 129.7
 ÑUB 16105 Pemuco 8,639 6 69.5 11 127.3
 ÑUB 16106 Pinto 11,880 12 101.0 15 126.3
 ÑUB 16107 Quillón 18,777 4 21.3 28 149.1 53 282.3
 ÑUB 16108 San Ignacio 16,624 6 36.1 24 144.4
 ÑUB 16109 Yungay 18,596 48 258.1 62 333.4
 ÑUB 16201 Quirihue 12,192 4 32.8 17 139.4
 ÑUB 16202 Cobquecura 5,275
 ÑUB 16203 Coelemu 16,845 4 23.7 18 106.9
 ÑUB 16204 Ninhue 5,414 4 73.9 6 110.8
 ÑUB 16205 Portezuelo 4,940 7 141.7
 ÑUB 16206 Ránquil 6,261 10 159.7 10 159.7
 ÑUB 16207 Treguaco 5,696 1 17.6
 ÑUB 16301 San Carlos 56,252 8 14.2 34 60.4 67 119.1
 ÑUB 16302 Coihueco 28,375 25 88.1 53 186.8
 ÑUB 16303 Ñiquén 11,567 3 25.9 9 77.8
 ÑUB 16304 San Fabián 4,654 8 171.9 8 171.9
 ÑUB 16305 San Nicolás 12,172 16 131.4 26 213.6
 BIO 08101 Concepción 238,092 28 11.8 139 58.4 284 119.3
 BIO 08102 Coronel 125,829 18 14.3 111 88.2
 BIO 08103 Chiguayante 91,180 6 6.6 58 63.6 97 106.4
 BIO 08104 Florida 11,841 3 25.3 5 42.2
 BIO 08105 Hualqui 26,201 19 72.5 42 160.3
 BIO 08106 Lota 45,750 1 2.2 44 96.2
 BIO 08107 Penco 49,865 18 36.1 33 66.2
 BIO 08108 San Pedro de la Paz 145,906 18 12.3 99 67.9 183 125.4
 BIO 08109 Santa Juana 14,779 2 13.5 2 13.5
 BIO 08110 Talcahuano 158,345 95 60.0 189 119.4
 BIO 08111 Tomé 58,729 4 6.8 50 85.1 79 134.5
 BIO 08112 Hualpén 97,273 104 106.9 152 156.3
 BIO 08201 Lebu 27,100 2 7.4
 BIO 08202 Arauco 38,679 6 15.5 44 113.8
 BIO 08203 Cañete 37,003 11 29.7
 BIO 08204 Contulmo 6,330
 BIO 08205 Curanilahue 33,892 2 5.9 6 17.7
 BIO 08206 Los Álamos 22,524 1 4.4 2 8.9
 BIO 08207 Tirúa 11,019 4 36.3 4 36.3
 BIO 08301 Los Ángeles 218,515 11 5.0 31 14.2 208 95.2
 BIO 08302 Antuco 4,306 14 325.1
 BIO 08303 Cabrero 30,725 15 48.8 27 87.9
 BIO 08304 Laja 23,873 12 50.3 59 247.1
 BIO 08305 Mulchén 31,041 5 16.1 14 45.1
 BIO 08306 Nacimiento 27,944 10 35.8 35 125.3
 BIO 08307 Negrete 10,429 2 19.2 30 287.7
 BIO 08308 Quilaco 4,179
 BIO 08309 Quilleco 10,032 1 10.0
 BIO 08310 San Rosendo 3,611 2 55.4
 BIO 08311 Santa Bárbara 14,592 2 13.7 26 178.2
 BIO 08312 Tucapel 15,205 1 6.6 8 52.6
 BIO 08313 Yumbel 22,132 5 22.6 6 27.1 24 108.4
 BIO 08314 Alto Biobío 6,775 45 664.2
 ARA 09101 Temuco 302,931 154 50.8 665 219.5 824 272.0
 ARA 09102 Carahue 25,486 31 121.6 50 196.2
 ARA 09103 Cunco 18,055 6 33.2 29 160.6
 ARA 09104 Curarrehue 7,802 4 51.3 4 51.3
 ARA 09105 Freire 25,446 7 27.5 57 224.0
 ARA 09106 Galvarino 12,633 2 15.8 8 63.3
 ARA 09107 Gorbea 15,148 4 26.4 12 79.2 19 125.4
 ARA 09108 Lautaro 40,746 38 93.3 66 162.0
 ARA 09109 Loncoche 24,739 10 40.4 35 141.5
 ARA 09110 Melipeuco 6,265 5 79.8
 ARA 09111 Nueva Imperial 33,777 44 130.3 54 159.9
 ARA 09112 Padre Las Casas 82,110 9 11.0 87 106.0 143 174.2
 ARA 09113 Perquenco 7,223 6 83.1 5 69.2
 ARA 09114 Pitrufquén 26,096 4 15.3 19 72.8 41 157.1
 ARA 09115 Pucón 29,782 14 47.0 27 90.7
 ARA 09116 Saavedra 12,793 16 125.1 84 656.6
 ARA 09117 Teodoro Schmidt 15,786 6 38.0 8 50.7
 ARA 09118 Toltén 10,055 6 59.7 15 149.2
 ARA 09119 Vilcún 30,766 4 13.0 39 126.8 83 269.8
 ARA 09120 Villarrica 59,103 19 32.1 25 42.3
 ARA 09121 Cholchol 12,341 5 40.5 6 48.6
 ARA 09201 Angol 56,058 7 12.5 80 142.7 149 265.8
 ARA 09202 Collipulli 26,148 3 11.5 26 99.4
 ARA 09203 Curacautín 18,178 6 33.0 7 38.5
 ARA 09204 Ercilla 8,458 8 94.6 11 130.1
 ARA 09205 Lonquimay 11,049 61 552.1
 ARA 09206 Los Sauces 7,517 2 26.6
 ARA 09207 Lumaco 10,050 1 10.0 8 79.6
 ARA 09208 Purén 12,188 2 16.4 8 65.6
 ARA 09209 Renaico 10,833 4 36.9 22 203.1
 ARA 09210 Traiguén 19,314 3 15.5 9 46.6
 ARA 09211 Victoria 35,467 5 14.1 58 163.5 90 253.8
 LRS 14101 Valdivia 176,774 12 6.8 107 60.5 160 90.5
 LRS 14102 Corral 5,447 1 18.4 13 238.7
 LRS 14103 Lanco 17,652 5 28.3 9 51.0
 LRS 14104 Los Lagos 20,518 18 87.7
 LRS 14105 Máfil 7,389 2 27.1 3 40.6
 LRS 14106 Mariquina 23,250 9 38.7 15 64.5
 LRS 14107 Paillaco 20,798 2 9.6 22 105.8
 LRS 14108 Panguipulli 35,991 8 22.2
 LRS 14201 La Unión 39,538 29 73.3 43 108.8
 LRS 14202 Futrono 15,261 5 32.8 30 196.6
 LRS 14203 Lago Ranco 10,292 2 19.4 2 19.4
 LRS 14204 Río Bueno 32,925 11 33.4 14 42.5
 LLA 10101 Puerto Montt 269,398 34 12.6 73 27.1 122 45.3
 LLA 10102 Calbuco 36,744 4 10.9 7 19.1 8 21.8
 LLA 10103 Cochamó 4,006 1 25.0 1 25.0
 LLA 10104 Fresia 12,656
 LLA 10105 Frutillar 20,223 6 29.7 11 54.4
 LLA 10106 Los Muermos 17,817 1 5.6 2 11.2
 LLA 10107 Llanquihue 18,621 1 5.4 6 32.2
 LLA 10108 Maullín 14,894 1 6.7 15 100.7
 LLA 10109 Puerto Varas 48,620 9 18.5 17 35.0
 LLA 10201 Castro 47,607 7 14.7 8 16.8
 LLA 10202 Ancud 42,458 9 21.2 84 197.8
 LLA 10203 Chonchi 16,013
 LLA 10204 Curaco de Vélez 4,066
 LLA 10205 Dalcahue 15,069 6 39.8
 LLA 10206 Puqueldón 4,201
 LLA 10207 Queilén 5,543
 LLA 10208 Quellón 29,309 1 3.4
 LLA 10209 Quemchi 8,783 6 68.3
 LLA 10210 Quinchao 8,298 1 12.1 1 12.1
 LLA 10301 Osorno 173,410 66 38.1 282 162.6 355 204.7
 LLA 10302 Puerto Octay 9,192 4 43.5 5 54.4
 LLA 10303 Purranque 21,080 17 80.6 58 275.1
 LLA 10304 Puyehue 11,787 2 17.0 7 59.4
 LLA 10305 Río Negro 14,275 5 35.0 32 224.2
 LLA 10306 San Juan de la Costa 7,639 24 314.2 34 445.1
 LLA 10307 San Pablo 10,553 8 75.8 12 113.7
 LLA 10401 Chaitén 5,020 1 19.9 1 19.9
 LLA 10402 Futaleufú 2,806 1 35.6
 LLA 10403 Hualaihué 9,525 3 31.5 3 31.5
 LLA 10404 Palena 1,827
 AYS 11101 Coyhaique 61,210 3 4.9 7 11.4
 AYS 11102 Lago Verde 920
 AYS 11201 Aysén 25,002 1 4.0 4 16.0
 AYS 11202 Cisnes 5,828
 AYS 11203 Guaitecas 1,599
 AYS 11301 Cochrane 3,685
 AYS 11302 O'Higgins 661
 AYS 11303 Tortel 572
 AYS 11401 Chile Chico 5,121 1 19.5 1 19.5
 AYS 11402 Río Ibáñez 2,699
 MAG 12101 Punta Arenas 141,984 29 20.4 623 438.8 999 703.6
 MAG 12102 Laguna Blanca 264
 MAG 12103 Río Verde 211
 MAG 12104 San Gregorio 681 2 293.7
 MAG 12201 Cabo de Hornos 1,983 5 252.1 19 958.1 22 1109.4
 MAG 12202 Antártica 137
 MAG 12301 Porvenir 7,323 8 109.2 9 122.9
 MAG 12302 Primavera 694 1 144.1 1 144.1
 MAG 12303 Timaukel 282
 MAG 12401 Natales 23,782 8 33.6 13 54.7
 MAG 12402 Torres del Paine 1,021

Government response[edit]

  • 13 March 2020: President Sebastián Piñera announced a ban on public events with more than 500 people, as the government tries to control the spread of coronavirus even as massive social demonstrations are planned in March and April months.[43]
  • 14 March 2020: Nearly 1,300 passengers on two cruises in Chile have been quarantined after an 83-year-old British national tested positive for coronavirus.[44] Caleta Tortel, a small coastal village that had been visited by the aforementioned tourist was subsequently placed under a 14-day quarantine.[45]
  • 15 March 2020: President Piñera announced below points regarding student in a press conference
  1. 14-day isolation for any member of an educational community who has a direct relative with confirmed contagion.
  2. Suspension of classes for 14 days of the complete course when a student has confirmed contagion.
  3. Suspension of classes for 14 days from the complete educational establishment in the case of two or more cases of students with confirmed contagion. These measures may be modified or extended to specific territories, such as communes and regions, as necessary.[citation needed]
  • 16 March 2020: President Piñera announced the closure of the borders for 14 days. He said “We have decided to close all land, sea and area borders of our country for the transit of foreign people. This will not affect the entry and exit of cargo or carriers, to continue guaranteeing a normal supply of our country. This measure will take effect from 18 March 2020. Chilean nationals and permanent residents in Chile, who come from high-risk places, may enter our country undergoing Sanitary Customs and a mandatory 14-day quarantine.[30]
  • 18 March 2020: President Piñera issued a 90-day state of catastrophe (a state of exception subtype regulated in the Constitution of Chile) in order to control the spread of the virus, effective at midnight.[46]
  • 20 March 2020: The mayors of Las Condes, La Reina and Vitacura declared a preventive quarantine for these sectors of the capital, where a large number of confirmed cases of coronavirus were recorded.[47]
  • 22 March 2020: Chile announced a nationwide, night-time curfew between 22:00 Hrs to 5:00 Hrs to keep people off the streets and away from one another as the number of cases of coronavirus continued to creep upwards in the South American nation.[35]
  • 22 March 2020: The curfew was extended from 10pm-5am to 2pm-5am in Easter Island.[48]
  • 26 March 2020: At 10pm, a complete lockdown is established in 7 communes of Greater Santiago (Santiago, Independencia, Providencia, Ñuñoa, Las Condes, Vitacura, and Lo Barnechea), covering 1.3 million inhabitants.[citation needed]
  • 28 March 2020: At 10pm, a complete lockdown is established in Temuco and Padre las Casas.[citation needed]
  • 1 April 2020: At 10pm, a complete lockdown is established in Punta Arenas, Chile.[citation needed]
  • 30 April 2020: Chile backed down on earlier plans for immunity certificates, saying they would launch "release certificates" not certifying immunity instead.[49]
  • 7 May 2020: Complete lockdown is extended to new communes in Santiago, covering more than two thirds of the city.
  • 15 May 2020: At 10pm, a complete lockdown is extended for the entire area of Greater Santiago, some nearby communities, and also for Iquique and Alto Hospicio cities.[50]

Reactions[edit]

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.

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.[51]

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.[52][53]

The Chilean government initially stated that the 26 April National Plebiscite would be held under sanitary safeguard measures.[54] However, on 19 March 2020, Chilean lawmakers eached agreement to postpone the referendum on a new constitution until late October as safety concerns around the coronavirus pandemic take precedence over politics. The referendum, originally slated for 26 April 2020 was rescheduled for 25 October 2020[55], following formal approval by a two-thirds vote of congress on 24 March.

Notable cases and fatalities[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b The Chilean Ministry of Health considered all cases as a "recovered" after 14 days since the initial detection 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] On June 2, the government decided not to release the number of recovered cases in their daily report.
  2. ^ Data released by the Ministry of Health, based on the information available at 21:00 the day before the report is released.[1]
  3. ^ From 29 April 2020 onwards, cases who are clinically asymptomatic, but whose infectiousness level is uncertain, due to still testing positive for COVID-19 with PCR diagnostic test, are counted separately. They are counted in the total cumulative cases, but they are counted separately from the active cases in order to have undistorted data about the active cases and to follow their growth curve, but also to have more clarity about the positive cases.[41]

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