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COVID-19 in Latin America - Shared screen with speaker view
Alexander Rubilar
52:25
What is the level of misinformation being spread among LATAM countries?
Alexander Rubilar
52:30
How are countries dealing with it
Marco Avilés
54:59
We see in larger cities in the US how the virus is attacking more fiercely communities of color: black, latinx, among them. How are countries in Latin America tracking the impact of Covid-19 in different communities such us indigenous and afro?
CATHERINE BARTCH
55:40
Thanks for your questions! We will take two hands I see next - Tulia and Graciela- and then the chat.
Kyle Gallagher
56:10
how long do you think we can continue social distancing before the impact on all economies is non fixable
CATHERINE BARTCH
57:25
Can you speak about the lack of multilateral response as well as the impact of some of U.S. policies impact on COVID-19 on the region?
Gonzalo Zegarra
58:50
Hi. what kind of concerted regional actions are suggested?
Lindsay Mayka
01:00:20
Can anyone speak to how countries are addressing the spread of the virus among Venezuelan migrants? Are Venezuelan migrants being subjected to increasing xenophobia? Are there major outbreaks among Venezuelan migrants already?
Jason Walker
01:02:09
How do you think the responses of Western European and North American nations will impact the economic recession occurring in Latin America?
Ricardo Castillo
01:04:58
About Venezuelans, they have been subject of xenophobia before covid. I haven’t seen xenophobia related to covid, maybe because borders were closed in most neighboring countries around Venezuela.
Lindsay Mayka
01:07:36
For my question, I am thinking in particular of the 1.5 million Venezuelans in Colombia right now
Gabriela Diaz-Davalos
01:08:38
Is it true that there are three types of COVID-19 (A, B and C)? And would it be possible that it continues to mutate in LA?
CATHERINE BARTCH
01:08:44
We will be holding (hopefully:) an event on the impact of COVID-19 on Venezuelan migrants and migration in general with David Smolansky of Venezuela next Tues at noon.
Alejandra Villalobos
01:13:32
Thank you so much for this panel!
Luciana Dias de Lima
01:14:06
228/5000I would like to ask if they think that the configuration of health systems, more or less decentralized, more or less public or private, accounts for the different patterns of occurrence of COVID-19 in Latin America?
Claire Reardon
01:14:27
Thanks very much for all the insights!
Lindsay Mayka
01:16:26
This was great, thank you!
Luciana Dias de Lima
01:16:30
Thank you!
Chandra Metzler
01:16:34
Great!
anabel bernal
01:17:06
Tomorrow 12:00 PM via YouTube live streamThe Alice Paul Center for Research on Gender, Sexuality & Women at UPenn invite you to a roundtable of poetry, art, history, and performance: "Under Quarantine: On community and collective action under plague, surveillance in times of emergency, and social intimacy in illness."https://www.sas.upenn.edu/gsws/events/2020/04/22/under-quarantine-community-and-collective-action-under-plague-surveillance-times?fbclid=IwAR2fYQaeJ647avY0Cr2swMzno6DMhQPIEDLlCEVLMv3_98TgkpB-wkxNMNM
Kyle Gallagher
01:18:40
follow up question. do you think this virus has swayed voting for future right wing presidents to focus more on the economy?
Jennifer Thompson
01:19:11
Thank you so much for this panel!
Ricardo Castillo
01:19:39
i hope people support more candidates that rely on science and global cooperation
Shunko Rojas
01:19:52
Great panel. Thank you!