RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Due to the crisis situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the social impact, in particular, is enormous. This is also the case in Latin America.
Over the past few weeks, solidarity initiatives are being developed in many countries to address the impacts of measures such as restrictions on going out of doors.
First and foremost, there are community kitchens and food donations and supplies. Equally plentiful are the initiatives for self-produced protective masks and clothing. The first barter markets are emerging again.
Youths are organizing in groups to run errands for their elderly neighbors or . . .