Argentina extended traffic and school restrictions to May 21st

Argentine President Alberto Fernández announced the new measures to contain the second wave of coronavirus in a television message recorded at the Olivos Residence. According to him, from the new decree of need and urgency which will come into force tomorrow, the country will be divided into 4 zones according to the epidemiological and sanitary risk: low, medium, high and alarm. It will be in force for a further 3 weeks, until May 21st.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Classes will remain suspended in the area comprising the city of Buenos Aires and the urban areas of the province for another 3 weeks. The country will also be divided into 4 zones according to epidemiological risk.

Argentine President Alberto Fernández announced the new measures to contain the second wave of coronavirus in a television message recorded at the Olivos Residence. According to him, from the new decree of need and urgency which will come into force tomorrow, the country will be divided into 4 zones according to the epidemiological and sanitary risk: low, medium . . .

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