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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LATAM-WOMEN
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September 03, 2021 
Rosa Maidana, 45, uses a hair straightener while her daughter Larissa Maidana, 17, attends the virtual... 
San Antonio, Paraguay 
In pandemic rebound, Latin America's working mothers fall behind 
Rosa Maidana, 45, uses a hair straightener while her daughter Larissa Maidana, 17, attends the virtual distance learning school, as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions continue, in San Antonio, Paraguay September 3, 2021. Latin America's mothers are lagging behind in the pandemic of economic recovery, returning to the labor force more slowly than men, in a trend that experts say could set back female labor force participation for a decade across the region. Picture taken September 3, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo 
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