Colombia’s infection rate is relatively low, but its ruthlessly enforced lockdown is causing hunger and nationwide anger. In the working class districts of Bogota, signs of desperation are everywhere.
By Nash Landesman
Nash Landesman is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared in Telesur, The Pulitzer Center, The Council on Hemispheric Affairs, Deadspin, Foreign Policy Journal, UrbanDaddy and elsewhere. He can be reached at NashLandesman1@gmail.com