Venezuelans inured to crisis show coping skills in pandemic Miami

Miami (AFP) – Hop into an Uber in Miami before the pandemic and it was easy to hear a driver speaking Spanish with an accent from Venezuela — many of its people ended up here after fleeing an economic meltdown back home.Now, with the US economy largely shut down because of the COVID-19 crisis, those idle Venezuelan Uber drivers are displaying the coping skills they developed while trying to survive under President Nicolas Maduro.Some get by as home chefs, cooking up Venezuelan dishes and marketing them on social media for people hunkering down because of the lockdown.They are doing OK, in fac…

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