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Beatriz Jucá: "I continue to cover the coronavirus more humane than when I started"

2021-06-18T08:17:18.318Z

The editor of the Brazilian edition of the newspaper recounts how she has broadened her journalistic view



Beatriz Jucá received a WhatsApp message in which a chief from the Brazilian city of Manaus informed her that vaccination had begun in her community.

At the same time, an uncle of his was waiting for an ICU bed.

The EL PAÍS Brasil journalist felt the pandemic hit her especially at that time.

"Everything got mixed up," he recalls.

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The editor, who continues to report on the health crisis in Brazil, recounts how the cases and information that she has been recounting and experiencing have been printed in her writing: “I continue in this more humane coverage than when I started and it gives me enormous satisfaction to work in a newsroom that is also very human ”.

The pandemic has changed their way of communicating and intensified their commitment to the trade.

Jucá assures that EL PAÍS has also changed his vision of the world.

It has globalized it.

"I'm always thinking how I'm going to tell this story so that the reader from Spain, Argentina or Mexico understands what I'm talking about."

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Source: elparis

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