Analysis: South America’s pandemic woes rooted in underdevelopment, culture, poor vaccine logistics

With the worst case mortality rates in the world, several factors are conspiring to cause this tragedy.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - While the first world is pulling off its masks, the South America region is unable to find an effective way to advance in the fight against the virus. With the worst case mortality rates in the world, several factors are conspiring to cause this tragedy.

From Budapest to Seville, through London, Copenhagen, Rome and Munich, in the midst of the pandemic, soccer stands are full of people without masks, drinking beer and hugging each other to celebrate goals, as if the Covid-19 catastrophe were only a bad memory.

The European Championship, the Old Continent's . . .

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