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Rural Chileans can barely wash their hands, but the avocados nearby are thriving. The country has been battling a mega drought for over a decade, and rivers and reservoirs in Chile have dried to dust. In this episode, we're asking who has access to water, who doesn't, and how hard that is to change during the coronavirus outbreak.
In this episode:
Lucia Newman (@lucianewman), Al Jazeera editor for Latin America.
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