The Brazilian region most affected by the pandemic is the state of Sao Paulo with 4,466 cases and 260 deaths.Full Story
In order to stop the spread of the disease, starting April 6, new mobility restrictions will be put into place that will allow vehicles to run only one day per week depending on their license plate number.Full Story
The Guayas province had reported "more COVID-19 victims than entire Latin American nations."
In addition to the current situation, corpses are piling up in hospital halls, in public spaces, and the deceased houses.
Colombia's indigenous leaders demand that President Ivan Duque take measures for their health security.
“We’ll continue making them every day until they no longer need them,” the Ecuadorean volunteer explained.
Brazil is the country most affected by the Covid-19, reporting at least 18 deaths and 1,128 infections since Saturday.
Latin American countries' recovery will not be feasible if they are not relieved of the debt burden.
Ecuador so far has confirmed 28 cases of coronavirus, including two deaths, and authorities have banned all public activities.
The sudden deployment of police cars along the runway was decided unilaterally by the mayor of the city.
In Quito, just like in many others cities in Latin America, informal and mobile commerce will be the greatest collateral victims of the pandemic.