The pandemic’s toll on Latin America has taken an economic toll on an already unstable reasons. In the case of Argentina, a recent IMF debt deal under the Macri government in 2018 and rapid inflation in recent years have put the country even under even more pressure to restructure its debt while being able to recover. The new left-leaning Fernandez government faces many challenges in restructuring its debt arrangements with the IMF while still allowing the country to recover during the pandemic. So what effects has the pandemic had on the country’s relations with IMF debt, economic instability, and Latin American politics as a whole, and how will the government navigate the current crisis in order to get the country what it wants? Read the article to find out!