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As Peru slowly emerges from the devastating Covid-19 pandemic, the government is trying to help the country's Covid orphans. According to the medical journal The Lancet, around 100,000 children in Peru lost at least one of their two parents to the pandemic; more than anywhere else in the world. The poorest Peruvians have been hit the hardest and many Covid orphans and widows are struggling to survive, both financially and emotionally. Our correspondent reports.

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Dive Deeper:
There is no getting past the pandemic till we credibly count COVID-19 deaths
Indian statisticians and modellers are equal to any in the world. The government could easily set up a panel of…
N.Korea gets offers of aid to fight COVID as it lacks vaccines
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Why won’t more older Americans get their COVID booster?
Even as top U.S. health officials say it’s time America learns to live with the coronavirus, a chorus of leading…
City comment: Why getting a lunchtime restaurant booking in London is a struggle
Finding a lunch booking in London these days can feel like trying to get Glastonbury tickets.
One subscription that gives you access to news from hundreds of sites
Half of patients hospitalised with Covid still struggling with symptoms two years later, study shows
The study followed 1,192 participants in China
Bristol people 'did not get enough exercise' during Covid pandemic
Thousands of people aged over 16 categorised as physically inactive
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