Despite being remote and isolated from any urban life, the coronavirus is reaching more indigenous groups in the Amazon. With no near healthcare infrastructures and a lack of medical workers, tribes are struggling to survive as the federal governments are handling other priorities.
A grim consensus among public health experts seems to be taking shape around Latin America's impending COVID-19 crisis. While the region benefited from weeks of valuable forewarning in relation to the current hotspots in Europe and North America, the disease's rapid spread and the underlying realities of inequality in much of the region mean SARS-CoV-2 will soon be wreaking havoc across the Americas. As of May 10th, Brazil had already confirmed well over 160,000 cases and 11,000 deaths, while neighboring Peru had identified nearly 69,000 cases and Mexico had counted just under 3,500 deaths.
Mexicans commemorate Mother's Day, or "Día de las Madres" is how they call it, passionately and enthusiastically. One of the things you can do to treat your mothers is to prepare a sumptuous breakfast for her.
If you want to dab on Caribbean cuisine, you can start by mastering mangú, a traditional Dominican dish. In the country, it’s commonly cooked for breakfast, but it fills the stomach enough for a proper meal at any time of the day. On top of that, it’s easy enough to make at home for friends and family.