The World Health Organization (WHO) highlights an Observatory on Latin America (OLA) research study on Villa 20 and COVID-19
On October 29, to commemorate World Cities Day, the World Health Organization (WHO) presented summaries of 15 cases of city responses around the world worthy of global attention. One of these cases was the case of Villa 20 in Buenos Aires, a slum community of about 30,000 people which has been in a process of infrastructure and housing upgrading since 2016. The summary included some of the main findings from a research study carried out by the Observatory on Latin America of the New School in collaboration with the City Housing Institute (IVC) of Buenos Aires. The WHO summary can be found here.
See here an Argentine press article