The Argentine government is working with local authorities in Buenos Aires to design a new quarantine, which will be launched next week due to the steady increase in coronavirus cases in recent days, which set a new infection record this Thursday, 2,285, during the high point of deaths was reached again, 35.
The possibility of returning to detention has been on the Argentine government’s table for several days after a contagion occurred after some restrictions were relaxed.
On this occasion, Argentine President Alberto Fernández held a meeting with the Governor of the Province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, and the Prime Minister of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Horacio Larreta, to discuss the measures. the new quarantine, which is expected to be announced this Thursday.
Some local media have indicated that public transport will initially be restricted, which Fernández has already done to ensure that only essential workers are allowed to travel, thereby avoiding unnecessary trips to “shop windows” in the Buenos Aires region. where “96 percent of the pandemic” is concentrated.