China News Service, March 4th. According to Peru’s “Gazette” report, on March 3 local time, the Peruvian Ministry of Health released the new crown epidemic data showing that compared with the previous day’s report, the country had 6,672 new confirmed cases of new crown. , The cumulative number of confirmed cases reached 1,344,969; there were 195 new deaths in a single day, and the cumulative number of deaths was 47,089.

There are still 15,301 people hospitalized and 1,250,047 people have recovered.

Data map: On July 23, 2020, in Arequipa, Peru's second largest city, family members of patients with new coronary pneumonia lined up to charge medical oxygen cylinders.

  Peruvian Prime Minister Violetta Bemudez said on the same day that indicators in recent weeks showed that the number of deaths from the new crown has fallen slightly due to the reduction of population mobility in areas with "extremely high" risks of the spread of the new crown virus.

Bemudez admitted that compared with other regions, the capital Lima has the highest number of deaths.

  Bemudez urged that although the epidemic has improved slightly, the public should not relax their vigilance and continue to take preventive measures to protect themselves from the threat of the new crown virus.

  Bermudez also asked the public to continue to take protective measures, such as wearing masks, observing social safety distance, and washing hands frequently; public and private organizations should maintain the effectiveness of remote working methods.

  On the other hand, the Peruvian Credit Bank pointed out that due to the soaring international copper prices and agricultural exports are the only economic activity that will increase in 2020, these two factors will promote the economic recovery of Peru under the epidemic. It is expected that the Peruvian economy will grow by 9% by the end of the year.

  Carlos Prito, BCP Economic Research Manager, pointed out that the global situation of the Peruvian economy has improved because the price of copper, one of its main export products, "set a new high in the past 10 years", which is conducive to the recovery of the Peruvian economy and is expected in 2021. The Peruvian economy grew by 9%, and the growth rate in the following years was around 3%.