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Latin America Covid-19 News Roundup: Jun. 10, 2020

. Jun 10, 2020
🇦🇷 Argentina. Health Minister Nicolás Trotta said 85 percent of schools in Argentina will re-open in August. (BA Times) Escuela Republica Argentina. Photo: WikiCommons

🇦🇷 Argentina. Health Minister Nicolás Trotta said 85 percent of schools in Argentina will re-open in August. (BA Times)

🇨🇴 Colombia. Finance Minister Alberto Carrasquilla plans to implement a universal basic emergency income to face the economic crisis. (Colombia Reports)

🇨🇱 Chile. The announcement of economic reopening in Chile was enough to make people leave their houses, raising the question of whether quarantine is ending prematurely. (La Tercera, in Spanish)

🇲🇽 Mexico. A possible new epicenter, Mexico faces its “most complex moment,” said the World Health Organization. (Mexico News Daily)

🇳🇮 Nicaragua. Baseball manager fired after speaking about the virus, in a possible increase of the government’s denial. (AP)

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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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