Argentina crossed the threshold of 170,000 cases of coronavirus on Tuesday after registering nearly 6,000 more cases in the past 24 hours. This emerges from the latest balance offered by the country’s health authorities.
The Argentine Ministry of Health in particular has reported that there are 5,939 new infections, increasing the country’s total to 173,355 cases. In addition, 3,179 people died in Argentina from COVID-19, 120 more than the previous day.
In this context, Argentine President Alberto Fernández reaffirmed that “the first interest” is “to care for the health of the Argentines” and said that the government “will always be on the side of those who need it” as reported by the agency. Télam news agency.
He has also asked not to be “angry” with those who “oppose this logic of openness” and with governors and mayors who must take restrictive measures in the face of the coronavirus pandemic because it is actually avoided catching it getting sick and suffering “given the increase in cases and deaths that the country is experiencing.