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A political cartoon about new restrictions on ambulatory sales. Prior to the pandemic, Peru had an economy where lots of people could purchase and sell products like ambulatory salespeople, moving around buses and neighborhoods freely carrying their products. Now however, salespeople aren't allowed to walk around or sell on foot, they have to sell out of their car. It offers some relief to those who actually have access to a car, but for those who don't and aren't earning money, the economic challenge of survival is a greater threat than the virus.
daily life, economy, ambulatory sales, Peru, vehicle

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political cartoon

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El Comercio

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This item was submitted on June 24, 2020 by Katy Kole de Peralta using the form “Sharing” on the site “Las Americas”:

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