Ecuador: CoronaVirus Meter

161635
Cases
141759
Recovered
365
Critical
12553
Deaths
7323
Active
9118
Cases/Mn
708
Deaths/Mn
521891
Tests
29441
Tests/Mn
Today

2021

Cases

11

Deaths

Total coronavirus cases graph of Ecuador

Daily Trends of coronavirus cases in Ecuador

RegionCasesDeaths
Guayas 11705 1059
Unknown Locations 8937 0
Pichincha 2096 105
Manab? 1299 252
Los R?os 1026 76
El Oro 672 114
Azuay 569 24
Santa Elena 534 191
Santo Domingo de los Ts?chilas 389 39
Esmeraldas 290 43
Tungurahua 273 34
Loja 257 14
Chimborazo 256 66
Canar 241 22
Cotopaxi 168 36
Bol?var 167 18
Imbabura 126 11

Ecuador Mobility Trend

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Avg Mobility Trend Vs. COVID19 Cases

According to the Mobility trend in since the outbreak of COVID19, an average of NAN% change in mobility has been observed in residential areas and an average of NAN% change in mobility in non residential activities such as retails, parks, driving, etc.

The Average Mobility trend is an average of multiple Mobility datasets presented by location and highlights the percentage change(from baseline) in visits to places like grocery stores, parks etc and mobility activities like walking and driving within a geographic area. The raw data is derived from Google and Apple.

Categorised Mobility Trends

Each category of mobility trend represents the change of percentage (from baseline) in visits to places like grocery stores, pharmacy, parks and mobility activities like walking & driving. The data representing Walking and driving trends are dericed from are Apple and rest of the data such as visits to park, grocery, pharma etc has been derived from Google.

Ecuador has so far made 521891 tests of which 161635 cases have been tested positive. Of the 161635 confirmed cases 12553 deaths have been recorded, 141759 are recovered, 365 are critical and 7323 cases are active and under treatment. On an average till now Ecuador has seen 9118 cases per million, 708 deaths per million and done 29441 tests per million.

World Coronavirus cases Timeline

Latest CoronaVirus News & Updates from Ecuador

Ecuador signs COVID-19 vaccine supply deals with pharma companies
4d | YAHOO!

Ecuador has signed supply agreements with major pharmaceutical firms including Pfizer Inc and BioNTech to provide millions of ...

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‘They are raping the Galapagos’: Chinese fishing boats, Covid-19 threaten Ecuador’s Unesco site
1d | South China Morning Post

Earlier this summer, more than 300 Chinese vessels waited at the marine preserve’s border, ready to snatch up sea life as it ...

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Crisis in the Galapagos: Chinese fishing fleets and COVID-19 threaten a natural wonder
10h | Detroit News

In more recent times, an unofficial network of local tour boats and fishing vessels has worked to protect it, by keeping an ...

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Ecuador bends curve of COVID-19 infections: minister
5d | Xinhua

Ecuador has managed to bend the curve of novel coronavirus infections nearly eight months since the onset of the outbreak in the South American country, Public Health Minister Juan Carlos Zevallos ...

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Ecuador should brace for possible new COVID-19 outbreaks: health minister
2d | The Star

Ecuador should brace for possible new novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreaks in the wake of holiday celebrations, Minister of Public Health Juan Carlos Zevallos said on Thursday.

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US has world’s most COVID-19 deaths and cases — but is not worst per capita
3d | New York Post

The United States still has the world’s highest COVID-19 death toll — with more than 222,000 succumbing to the virus — but we ...

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Ecuador secures 4 mln doses of possible vaccines for COVID-19
3d | Xinhua

Ecuador has secured 4 million doses of possible vaccines for COVID-19, Health Minister Juan Carlos Zevallos said Wednesday. It was achieved through purchase agreements reached on Oct. 17 and 19 for ...

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Ecuador Indigenous accuse state of crimes against humanity
5d | Mongabay

Katy Mochoa marched down the streets of Quito on Oct. 12, holding in one hand the corner of a large Wiphala flag — the ...

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In Ecuador's capital Quito, Covid-19 brigades aim to test poorer residents
13d | YAHOO!

The state of emergency imposed on Ecuador in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic was lifted on September 12, in a bid to boost ...

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Turkey mulling a return to coronavirus curbs as infections soar
3d | Reuters

Members of Istanbul Police Department Mounted Unit patrol against people not wearing protective face masks at Taksim Square ...

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Ecuador bends curve of COVID-19 infections: minister
5d | Xinhua

Ecuador has managed to bend the curve of novel coronavirus infections nearly eight months since the onset of the outbreak in the South American country, Public Health Minister Juan Carlos Zevallos ...

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Ecuador secures 4 mln doses of possible vaccines for COVID-19
3d | Xinhua

Ecuador has secured 4 million doses of possible vaccines for COVID-19, Health Minister Juan Carlos Zevallos said Wednesday. It was achieved through purchase agreements reached on Oct. 17 and 19 for ...

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A man caught coronavirus twice—and it was worse the second time
11d | MIT Technology Review

The news: A man in the US caught covid-19 for a second time in the space of just two months, according to a study published ...

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Turkey mulling a return to coronavirus curbs as infections soar
3d | Reuters

Members of Istanbul Police Department Mounted Unit patrol against people not wearing protective face masks at Taksim Square ...

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Ecuador Indigenous accuse state of crimes against humanity
5d | Mongabay

Katy Mochoa marched down the streets of Quito on Oct. 12, holding in one hand the corner of a large Wiphala flag — the ...

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Coronavirus updates: Johnson & Johnson pauses vaccine trial
13d | ABC

A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 1 million people worldwide. Over 37.6 million people across the ...

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Ecuador's capital urges citizens to take preventive measures to curb spread of COVID-19
8d | China Internet Information Center

The mayor of Quito, Ecuador, Jorge Yunda, urged citizens on Saturday to abide by preventive measures to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the city, which is the current epicenter ...

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Ecuador urges FAO to slow and reverse damage from COVID-19
4d | China Internet Information Center

Ecuadorian Vice President Maria Alejandra Munoz on Tuesday called for a transformation of the world's food systems in 2021, a year in which global efforts should be made to slow and reverse the damage ...

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Ecuador's largest hospital ready for potential spike in COVID-19 cases
13d | The Star

Ecuador's largest hospital, the Eugenio Espejo Hospital in Quito, is preparing for a possible spike in novel coronavirus (COVID-19) patients in the wake of national holiday celebrations, the head of ...

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First case of COVID-19 reinfection in U.S. had no known risk factors for disease
13d | UPI.com

Meanwhile, doctors in Seattle reported a case of reinfection in September. RELATED Researchers unsure about COVID-19 ...

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Ecuador urges FAO to slow and reverse damage from COVID-19
4d | China Internet Information Center

Ecuadorian Vice President Maria Alejandra Munoz on Tuesday called for a transformation of the world's food systems in 2021, a year in which global efforts should be made to slow and reverse the damage ...

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Galapagos Islands | With tour boats moored due to the coronavirus pandemic, the animals are out
7d | YAHOO!

The Galapagos marine reserve faces threats from industrial fishing, climate change and a drastic drop in tourism and funding ...

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Scientists Confirm Nevada Man Was Infected Twice With Coronavirus
13d | NPR

It's the first confirmed case of coronavirus reinfection in the U.S. The case underscores that everyone should be social ...

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Scientists confirm first case of coronavirus reinfection in U.S.
12d | Washington Times

Scientists confirmed this week the first reinfection of a coronavirus patient in the U.S. — a 25-year-old man in Nevada.

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Indigenous communities are standing on the frontlines of COVID-19 and the climate crisis
3d Opinion | The Hill

COVID-19 has displaced climate change as the most pressing global concern for world leaders. Despite the fact that scientists ...

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Superspreading events could help make COVID-19 endemic
10d | Medical Xpress

The COVID-19 coronavirus is not your average virus. During the pandemic, it has become increasingly clear that averages do ...

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Dutch Woman First to Die After COVID-19 Reinfection
10d | WebMD

Gene tests found slight differences in the makeup of the viruses that caused her first and second infections, suggesting she ...

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Debt relief programs have big return on investment during COVID-19 pandemic
2d | University of Rochester Medical Center

A University of Rochester economist says the conflict between health priorities and economic policies can create spiraling ...

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First US Coronavirus Reinfection Case Found In Nevada, Scientists Confirm
12d | International Business Times

The 25-year-old patient experienced a second bout of coronavirus after initially recovering from the virus a month earlier.

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Easing Covid-19 situation lifts America Movil
4d | Mobile World Live

America Movil reported a rebound in Q3, with higher net income and revenue as most of its operations began to recover from ...

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World Corona Meter

42987378
Cases
31093999
Recovered
1151936
Deaths