Argentine President Alberto Fernández is “stable and asymptomatic” after being positive for COVID-19

Argentina President Alberto Fernández is “stable, asymptomatic and with parameters within normal ranges” after testing positive for coronavirus.

The director of the Presidential Medical Unit, Federico Saavedra, has stated that the president “will continue to maintain mandatory isolation and be under constant medical supervision,” Telam reports.

Saavedra, on the other hand, has confirmed that Fernández’s clinical picture is “mild”, which would confirm “the immunization afforded by the vaccines previously received”.

Argentine President Alberto Fernández is “stable and asymptomatic” after being positive for COVID-19
Argentine President Alberto Fernández is “stable and asymptomatic” after being positive for COVID-19

Also this Sunday, the Argentine Ministry of Health reported that the person in charge of the portfolio, Carla Vizzotti, received a new flight from Russia and with a new batch of almost half a million doses of the vaccine against COVID-19.

With this delivery, Argentina already has 7,266,500 doses against the corona virus.

Vizzotti has referred to the President’s state of health to confirm that “he is very good and in good spirits, following all the doctor’s instructions with isolation and obviously with control of all his close contacts and epidemiological developments”.

On the other hand, health officials confirmed an additional 9,955 cases of coronavirus this Sunday while there are already 2,393,492 accumulated infections the Latin American nation is adding.

The death toll climbs to 56,199 after recording 93 deaths in the past 24 hours, while the number of recovered patients climbs to 2,140,480.

The latest epidemiological record in Argentina shows that 3,626 patients are in intensive care units, which corresponds to a utilization of 55.6 percent at the national level, which corresponds to 61.5 percent in the greater Buenos Aires area.

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