Criminalizing the Sick: Argentina’s Authoritarian Corona Regime

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Laura Rodríguez was brought to an isolation camp with her children.



Laura Rodríguez was brought to an isolation camp with her children.


Foto: Laura Rodriguez





A quarantine center in the Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires



A quarantine center in the Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires


Foto: Natacha Pisarenko / AP





A woman protesting against the strict coronavirus control measures in the province of Formosa



A woman protesting against the strict coronavirus control measures in the province of Formosa


Foto: Nathaniel Caceres / AP





This isolation center in the Argentinian province of Formosa has now been closed.



This isolation center in the Argentinian province of Formosa has now been closed.


Foto: privat





Journalist Julieta González at a protest in Formosa



Journalist Julieta González at a protest in Formosa


Foto: Julieta Gonzales





This tent city in the Argentinian province of Formosa has now been closed. It served as an isolation center for those infected with the coronavirus, especially from poorer areas.



This tent city in the Argentinian province of Formosa has now been closed. It served as an isolation center for those infected with the coronavirus, especially from poorer areas.


Foto: privat

This piece is part of the Global Societies series. The project runs for three years and is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.



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