COVID 19 deepens the human tragedy of Latin American informal workers

The market of Valparaiso, Chile, a source of food security for the poor. Photograph: Andrés García Olivares
Street Workers display their merchandise on blankets while keeping an eye wide open for the police. Photograph: Andrés García Olivares
Street & market workers, surviving the pandemic. Photograph: Andrés García Olivares
Street vendors feel stigmatised. Photograph: Andrés García Olivares
To die from hunger or from the virus. Photograph: Andrés García Olivares

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Latin American journalist and senior academic at RMIT University, Melbourne — Australia

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Latin American journalist and senior academic at RMIT University, Melbourne — Australia

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