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Responding to COVID 19 related business issues in Latin America

April 27, 2020, Covington Alert

COVID-19's march across the globe arrived in Latin America on February 25 in Brazil, coming roughly a month after Europe and the United States. High inequality and variable medical capacity across the region are driving governments to rely heavily on social distancing and business restrictions to slow and prevent the spread of the virus. As a result of this timeline and different government responses to the pandemic, businesses operating in Latin America are having to navigate a varied patchwork of business restrictions, quarantines, and social distancing guidelines.

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