Mexico is one of the countries with the largest share of women by Covid.

sumedico.com February 19th, 2021 Mexico has the largest percentage of women with coronavirus that the nation from which the infection supposedly originated and is the third country with the largest record of defects in the American continent, only after the United States and Brazil, experts informed, who spoke about the measures of answers the pandemic. During […]

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Webinar, February 19th, 2021 “Respuestas nacionales y subnacionales de política pública no farmacológicas para la contención del COVID-19 en América Latina”

Las intervenciones no farmacéuticas (INF) son la respuesta de política de salud primaria a la pandemia de la COVID-19 hasta que las vacunas estén disponibles a nivel mundial. Pocos estudios sobre COVID-19 abordan la variación subnacional en la implementación de las INF. El Observatorio para la Contención de COVID-19 en América Latina recopila datos diarios sobre medidas […]

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Comment: “Poverty, precarious work, and the COVID-19 pandemic: lessons from Bolivia”, The Lancet Global Health

Hummel C, Knaul FM, Touchton M., et al. Bolivia is one of the poorest countries in Latin America with a gross domestic product of around US$3500 per capita, health spending of approximately $220 per capita, a labour market dominated by informal work, and a weak health system. However, in the response to COVID-19, Bolivia has […]

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Upcoming Webinar: “COVID-19 in the Americas: Countries and Context (Argentina and Peru)”

SEPTEMBER 30TH @ 1:30PM ET Sign up / Submit questions in advance Latin America continues to be the global epicenter for COVID-19. Peru ranks 42nd in global population and 7th in COVID-19-related mortality, while Argentina ranks 31st in global population and 14th in COVID-19-related mortality. With only 8% of the world’s population, Latin America has […]

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Press Conference on June 2 – Brazil Chapter Presentation

As coronavirus deaths in Brazil continue to climb, researchers and university leadership discussed the current COVID-19 containment situation in the country and the region and their findings on the impact of delayed and poorly planned responses and policies during a press conference on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. Combined with previously released state-level data on Mexico […]

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MEDIA ADVISORY FOR TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 8:30 a.m. EDT

Media Contact:Megan OndrizekUniversity Communications305-284-3667m.ondrizek@umiami.eduSubscribe to News@TheU University of Miami Latin America COVID-19 Observatory to launch Brazil and comparative regional data analysis The platform was developed by the Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas, Miller School of Medicine, College of Arts and Sciences, and the School of Communication, in collaboration with research partners throughout Latin […]

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