RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Argentine government under center-left president Alberto Fernández has approved further aid packages one month after the start of the "compulsory quarantine".
In addition, the quarantine has been extended until May 10th. According to the new regulations, a daily one hour walk within a radius of 500 meters from home is now allowed.
In addition, the first emergency package, which was prepared in mid-March for families, the unemployed, and casual workers, is now being extended to self-employed and private sector employees.
In addition to the economic crisis and the threat of default . . .