As of Friday, March 25, the cumulative COVID-19 caseload for Latin America and the Caribbean has climbed to at least 67,630,608. This amounts to an increase of 5.68 percent since the last fact sheet for the region was issued on February 17, down substantially from the previous month-over-month increase of 18.92 percent.
Most countries and territories throughout the region have continued to experience a downward trend in case incidence, as well as fewer COVID-19-related hospitalizations and deaths.
Brazil continues to report the highest cumulative caseload (29,775,568), followed by Argentina (9,021,240), Colombia (6,082,577), Mexico (5,643,963), and Peru (3,543,790). The region-wide death toll has reached at least 1,686,729.
Download our complimentary Situational Report on COVID-19 to learn the most up-to-date facts. Topics include:
COVID-19 Latin America and Caribbean data trends
Risk scores and the impact of COVID-19 on unvaccinated individuals
Latin America and Caribbean Reopening and Vaccine Guidance