Argentina heading toward second wave with less testing per million inhabitants than Cuba

"Test, test, test and test" advised the World Health Organization (WHO) at the beginning of the pandemic.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the statistics website Worldometers, Argentina performs 184,280 tests per million inhabitants and is ranked 111th in the world. Although the number of daily tests increased considerably compared to last year, a specialist consulted by Infobae assured that "testing is still essential and no one disputes that."

"To win, we must attack the virus with aggressive and well-directed strategies: test every suspected case, isolate every confirmed case, and find and quarantine every person with whom he or she has been in close contact," recommended the director general of the World Health Organization, Tedros . . .

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