Workers in Mexico who are fired unlawfully during the coronavirus pandemic face waiting at least four years before their complaints are resolved, lawyers have warned, potentially leaving tens of thousands with no income or state benefits.
Around the world, millions of people are surviving on lower income or savings as businesses close and families stay at home to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus, which has infected at least 1.4 million people and killed more than 83,000.
In Mexico, more than 346,000 formal jobs were lost between March 13 and April . . .