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Latin America Covid-19 News Roundup: Jun. 9, 2020

. Jun 09, 2020
🇭🇳 Honduras. The Honduran aviation sector estimates losses of USD 25 million during the pandemic. (Prensa Latina, in Spanish) Photo: Elena Berd/Shutterstock

🇭🇳 Honduras. The Honduran aviation sector estimates losses of USD 25 million during the pandemic. (Prensa Latina, in Spanish)

🇩🇴 Dominican Republic. Despite being one of the worst-affected countries in theCaribbean, the Dominican Republic will reopen for tourism on July 1. (Travel Off Path)

🇦🇷 Argentina. Anti-quarantine protesters went to the Obelisk of Buenos Aires asking for the end of social isolation and showing support for military dictatorship leaders. (Perfil, in Spanish)

🇬🇹 Guatemala. President Alejandro Giammattei and his vice president Guillermo Castillo will work remotely after 18 staffers at the president’s office tested positive for Covid-19. (The New York Times)

🇵🇪 Peru. A Peruvian doctor who worked with Covid-19 patients dies and becomes the 51st victim among health workers. (Prensa Latina, in Spanish)

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Lucas Berti

Lucas Berti covers international affairs — specialized in Latin American politics and markets. He has been published by Opera Mundi, Revista VIP, and The Intercept Brasil, among others.

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