The coronavirus pandemic has also completely changed life in Mexico. Children in particular are affected. They must often work to earn money themselves, or go with their mothers to work.
A large number of Mexicans eke out a living as street vendors in Mexico City. The coronavirus outbreak has made their job even more precarious. Do they risk their lives to save their livelihood?
In Mexico, stay-at-home measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 are being touted as a chance for men to help with housework and childcare. Men's groups are trying to bring about change as femicide is on the rise.
The global coronavirus lockdown is making it hard for Mexican drug cartels to operate. With borders shut and limited air traffic, cartels are turning on each other. Sandra Weiss reports from Mexico City.
Food banks are a lifeline for Mexico's needy, and never more than during the current COVID-19 pandemic. But with a recession looming, they are at risk of losing donations, as Sandra Weiss reports from Puebla, Mexico.
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