Canning House welcomes a panel of speakers for a further renewed update on the Covid-19 pandemic’s impact on Latin America’s health, economy and politics.
Covid-19 in Latin America:
March 2021 Update
Throughout 2020, the capacity of governments around the world to respond to crises has been tested. 2021 has offered little respite, with new Covid-19 mutations and continuing high rates of infection, necessitating the implementation of stricter restrictions to protect public health.
However, the year arrived with a new hope – a number of vaccines against Covid-19 have gained widespread approval, and mass vaccination programmes have begun across Latin America. This in itself presents new challenges - and indeed opportunities - for supply and distribution, as well as a starting point for economic and social revival.
Canning House welcomes a panel of experts for an update on the pandemic’s impact on the region’s public health and economies, and on the strategies adopted by governments for vaccinations and recovery.
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