A Roundup Of Premise’s Analysis On COVID-19 In Latin America

A Roundup Of Premise’s Analysis On COVID-19 In Latin America


Coronavirus arrived late in Latin America with Brazil being the first to report a case on February 25, 2020. At this current time, the country has reported more than 370,000 cases of the virus. Brazil has one of the highest levels of cases and deaths in the region, though President Bolsonaro has been reluctant to take aggressive measures. Many countries within the region are particularly vulnerable to the disease due to weak healthcare systems and preparedness, one such example is Ecuador.

To further understand the region and the impact of COVID-19 our team has analyzed data on a variety of topics and themes and written blog posts about them. Here is a roundup of those articles:

 

A Closer Look at the Crisis in Venezuela
By Daniela Rubio and Jenny Shapiro

 

 

 

Pictures from Venezuela Reveal Current State of Health and Food Security
By Daniela Rubio and Jenny Shapiro

 

 

 

What We Can Learn from Zika in the Midst of COVID-19
By Jenny Shapiro

 

 

 


Guayaquil, Guayas – Ecuador In Pictures

By Daniela Rubio
 

 

 

 

Premise Data Looks At COVID-19 In Latin America
By Theo Reuter and Saleel Huprikar

 

 

 

 

Women With Children Among Those Most Impacted By COVID-19 Economic Crisis: Evidence From Premise Data In Latin America
By Beatriz A. Miranda, Sofia MacGregor and Daniela Rubio
 

 

 

 

A Visual Look At Brazil During COVID-19

 

 

 

 

Latin American Countries Lack Trust In Government Information Reveals Premise
By Daniela Rubio