Chile's health authorities said on Thursday they believed a dip in the record case numbers the Andean nation has seen over the past week represents a "stabilization" of a second COVID-19 wave thanks to strict lockdowns and a rapid vaccination program that has fully innoculated a third of the...
On Friday, it will become one of the first countries in the world to release "real world" data showing how effective the vaccines have been in reducing contagion, serious illness and death.
Celestino Aos, archbishop of Santiago, was hospitalized Saturday after testing positive to Covid-19, according to Fr. Andrés Moro, spokesman for the Santiago Archdiocese. Aos was released from the hospital Tuesday. Monsignor Alberto Lorenzelli, auxiliary bishop of Santiago who lives with the archbishop, also contracted the virus, Moro said. Both received the Coronavac vaccine.
76岁的智利大主教出院了，这个打了疫苗感染没有死是个好 消息。The church said in its Saturday statement that Aos was admitted to a university hospital in the capital “on medical advice and in a preventive manner.” “Although the effects of the disease are moderate, they need to be addressed with specialized equipment to avoid possible complications,” the statement said, adding that Lorenzelli’s condition had not changed.