Is ‘vuelo maldito’ to blame? U.S. links to the Guatemalan COVID surge include banned migrant flights and infected textile plants

Rising COVID-19 numbers and extended partial lockdowns in Guatemala are fueled in part, some argue, by the contentious return of untested migrants and poor safety practices in the key textile industry.
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