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COVID-19

personas en el metro con tapabocas

Transporte público y COVID-19: oportunidad para una movilidad sostenible y equitativa

Sep 15, 2020

La Dra. Nancy López Olmedo discute la importancia de implementar nuevas políticas en el transporte de las ciudades para evitar la propagación de virus como el del COVID-19. 

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Mitigación y control del COVID-19: de Redes Complejas a Decisiones Informadas

Jul 28, 2020

Debido a las circunstancias precarias en las que se encuentra el continente americano ante la pandemia, un grupo de investigadores de SALURBAL discute un sistema de políticas y estrategias que han desarrollado como ayuda para los tomadores de decisiones en Colombia.

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Street and park in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Integrating urban planning and public health for an effective COVID-19 response

Jul 07, 2020

“Pandemics, cities and public health”: New SALURBAL research examines connection between pollution and COVID-19

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Gathered people in a Brazilian slum

WHEN REALITY BECOMES FICTION: ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF GEOPOLITICS AND HEALTH IN TIMES OF THE PANDEMIC IN BRAZIL

Jul 02, 2020

SALURBAL researchers discuss geopolitics and health in Brazil during the pandemic

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Leganés, Iztapalapa and the Bronx: coronavirus and inequality in the global city

Jun 18, 2020

SALURBAL researchers discuss the uneven effect of the pandemic among social classes and how its transmission and consequences are determined by factors like type of work, housing and health status of the populations. 

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Quando a realidade vira ficção: na contramão da geopolítica e saúde em tempos de pandemia no Brasil

Jun 17, 2020

Pesquisadores da SALURBAL do Brasil discutem geopolítica e saúde no país durante a pandemia

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COVID-19 and Public Transportation in Latin America

Jun 12, 2020

Dr. Alex Quistberg discusses a recent rapid review by SALURBAL investigators in Mexico that examined existing literature on potential infection risk in public transportation.

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CORONAVIRUS Y LA INFODEMIA

May 20, 2020

Mantenerse informado durante la pandemia puede ser un reto para muchos, especialmente en Latinoamérica. ¿A qué se debe el fenómeno de la infodemia y cómo podemos combatirla? ¿Cuál es el rol de los científicos y expertos?

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COVID-19, la inseguridad alimentaria y la malnutrición en América Latina

Apr 13, 2020

La doctora Mónica Mazariegos, del Instituto de Nutrición de Centro América y Panamá e investigadora de SALURBAL discute la necesidad de implementar políticas económicas y sociales para garantizar la seguridad alimentaria y nutricional durante la pandemia del COVID-19.

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Sao Paulo streets

As iniquidades da Pandemia COVID19 – para além das iniquidades em saúde, as iniquidades econômicas se somam no contexto brasileiro

Apr 02, 2020

Letícia Cardoso, co-pesquisadora da FIOCRUZ Rio de Janeiro e membro da SALURBAL, fala sobre uma parte da sociedade brasileira que enfrentará ainda mais desafios com a atual pandemia: os envolvidos na economia informal.

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Our Pandemic and Our Planet

Apr 02, 2020

Dr. Gina Lovasi from Drexel University Urban Health Collaborative discusses how understanding the relationship between the health of the public and our planet can help identify win-win situations during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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COVID-19 and Latin American cities

Mar 27, 2020

Dr. Usama Bilal, Co-Investigator of the SALURBAL project, highlights how economic and health inequalities display challenges for Latin American cities during COVID-19.

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Cities, health equity, and COVID-19

Mar 26, 2020

Dr. Ana Diez Roux, Principal Investigator of the SALURBAL project discusses how COVID-19 will affect the socially disadvantaged and why social distancing is imperative, especially in cities.

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Photo of cable car over mountain in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

When it comes to urban health, the world should look towards Latin America as a start

Feb 28, 2018

This inaugural post takes us through the complexities of urbanization and health in Latin America, explaining how the region's response offers lessons and strategies to other parts of the world. 

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