Latin America Covid-19 News Roundup: Jul. 1, 2020

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Protestors in Lummus Park in Miami Beach demanding to the city reopen beaches and economy amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Tverdokhlib/Shutterstock

? The Caribbean. As Florida faces a new Covid-19 wave, Caribbean countries impose tighter restrictions for visitors from the U.S. state. (Miami Herald)

?? Argentina. Covid-19 could crush Argentina’s shale boom. (MercoPress)

?? Venezuela. President Nicolás Maduro ordered the European Union ambassador to leave the country — but Venezuela’s airspace is currently closed due to the pandemic. (Jurist)

?? Bolivia. Despite the pandemic, Bolivian sex workers must keep working. (Yahoo, in Spanish)

?? Peru. The first day after quarantine measures were lifted saw public gatherings on city streets. President Martín Vizcarra said quarantines could return in case of a new outbreak. (Prensa Latina, in Spanish)

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