Turning pink again

Between the waves (2): lessons of the pandemic

Starting in March 2020 the global Covid-19 pandemic hit Latin America hard, mainly impacting the following two years (although tail-end effects are likely to continue for some time). The pandemic has been called a ‘black swan’ - a high profile, high impact, and hard to predict event, often something that is experienced only once in a generation. As of May 2022 - just over two years after the original outbreak - Covid 19 was responsible for over 1.19m deaths in Latin America, of which 623,000 were in Brazil.

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