We take a look at how the devastation of COVID19 has contributed to the current protest environment.
What does all-cause mortality data say, how bad is the undercounting of deaths in the US?
A detailed look at the epidemic in Brazil, Mexico, and Peru. How bad is the data there, and is Latin America the world’s new hotspot?
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Articles and studies cited on the show
- Pandemic’s overall death toll in U.S. likely surpassed 100,000 weeks ago
- Where Is the Coronavirus in Latin America?
- São Paulo announces reopening plan in 5 phases and by regions
- Brazil’s largest city Sao Paulo to reopen malls for 15 days as of June 1
- Vizcarra on extension of the emergency: “I apologize if the explanation was not entirely clear”
- Curfew will continue as long as there is a risk of contagion, indicates Defense Minister
- Ciro Maguiña on the health system: “We have reached a limit, the collapse is ad portas”
- Coronavirus in Peru: Lima exceeds 100,000 infected
- La Victoria: fruit markets close today and will be reopened on Tuesday
- 7 out of 10 people have experienced distress or anxiety in quarantine
- About 6 million workers returned to their jobs
- Chart: COVID-19 Testing, Recovery, and Mortality Rates in Latin America
- Coronavirus death toll in Mexico a mystery