RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina’s President Alberto Fernandez said on Tuesday the “horizon” was starting to come into sight as the country battles against the coronavirus pandemic, with some signs the peak in cases may be over after rising since the outbreak began.
The South American country imposed a strict lockdown in March, which initially slowed the spread of Covid-19 infections, but as restrictions were eased cases climbed rapidly above 1 million, with one of highest testing positive rates in the world.
However, a rolling seven-day average of new cases has dipped significantly since hitting a high . . .