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LACCOM

This guide is to support students working on the the Latin America and the Caribbean COVID-19 map (LACCOM)

Identify Government Websites

Use Google and Wikipedia to identify government health sites and COVID sites, i.e. “ministro de salúd Mexico” and I found:

Search Government Websites

Use the search tool at the top or navigate the menu. Look for:

  • data (datos)
  • reports (informes)
  • newsletters (boletines)
  • publications (publicaciones) 

Use Google Advanced Search

When a government website is particularly tricky to navigate, type the domain into a Google Advanced Search. In the example below I'm searching the Secretaría de Salud de México for reports:

 

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