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PRUNIER, Delphine Marie  e  SALAZAR, Sergio. Central American borders and mobility in 2020. A region of fractures and inequalities impacted by COVID-19. Estud. front [online]. 2021, vol.22, e073.  Epub 04-Out-2021. ISSN 2395-9134.  https://doi.org/10.21670/ref.2110073.

The article presents a regional perspective on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, with emphasis on the state measures deployed by Central American governments and their impacts. Recovering key elements of the socio-territorial history of the region, and based on a description of border and mobility dynamics in the context of the pandemic, some priority points of analysis are identified in order to propose future lines of academic reflection on the region. The argumentation is based on both academic and news sources and other systematization inputs by social organizations that have emerged in the heat of the crisis. It is concluded that the effects of the pandemic on borders and circulation dynamics should be interpreted in future works in the light of long-standing conflicts and historical cleavages in the region, with emphasis on the aporetic relations between democracy-authoritarianism, accumulation- dispossession and mobility-control.

Palavras-chave : Central America; borders; mobility; migration; COVID-19.

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