Cochabamba, Bolivia: Marcela Suárez is a single mother living with her four children in a small rented room in the outskirts of Cochabamba. Before the pandemic, Marcela sold bottled water and apple juice on the streets of the local market. Watch this week’s En Primera Persona (In First Person) video to learn more about how Marcela and her children are coping with COVID-19.
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