COVID-19 is only adding to the woes of older people in Brazil

Senior citizens dance at a party at "Instituto Da Melhor Idade, Estacao Vida", at Agua Branca park in Sao Paulo, Brazil November 11, 2017. Picture taken November 11, 2017.

A society that is cavalier about its older population is one that is cavalier about its social memory Image: REUTERS/Nacho Doce

Alexandre Kalache
President, International Longevity Centre-Brazil
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