Argentina Extends Mandatory Quarantine to April 12th

Mandatory quarantine only permits individuals to go out to shop for food and pharmaceutical products.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After a meeting of over eight hours in which he discussed with Ministers, Governors and the Health and Economy teams (many by teleconference), Argentinian President Alberto Fernández said that the quarantine to contain the spread of the coronavirus will be extended, at first, until Easter on April 12th. On that date the measure will be reassessed and, if required, it may be extended again.

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