|Data from the daily report of the Chilean Ministry of Health.
- ↑ Since 7 June 2020, the Ministry of Health has been considering "possible cases of death associated with covid-19" in its death figures, taking into account the recommendations made by PAHO/WHO. On the same day, 649 extra cases meeting the above criteria were added to bring the figure into line with the new method.
- ↑ On 16 June 2020, the Ministry of Health announced 31,422 new cases would be included in the reports. Those cases represent cases that were not included in previous reports due to tests that were reported as positive with delays.
- ↑ On 17 July 2020, the Chilean government changed the criteria for counting confirmed deaths with positive PCR testing, using the data from the Department of Statistics and Health Information (DEIS). This included more than additional 1,000 deaths not counted before.
- ↑ Between 2 June and 28 June 2020, the official statistics of the Ministry of Health, didn't report the number of patients recovered and modified the criterion to consider active cases. These patients were not considered active, but neither were designated as recovered.