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The following article is part of Ethical Journalism Network's ‘Ethics in Practice’ series in partnership with Internews Europe about reporting on Covid-19
On Wednesday, 23 September 2020 (@11:00am in Bogota; 1:00pm in Sao Paulo; 12:00pm in Washington)
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