Argentina Officially Announces End of Quarantine Begun Eight Months Ago

The President also outlined the country's new goal in relation to the pandemic: to vaccinate as many people as possible between January and March when autumn will begin.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentine President Alberto Fernández announced that, with the exception of two cities, Argentina will now officially emerge from social isolation, considered the most prolonged in the world. Fernández urged the population to maintain protection efforts and not to relax care.

"We have found that over the past two weeks, the number of cases in the country has dropped by approximately 30%. We will maintain social isolation in only two cities: Bariloche and Puerto Deseado (both in Patagonia). This new stage runs until December 20th," President Alberto Fernández announced, stressing that "the population must . . .

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