RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - For almost a year now, the province of Formosa, one of the poorest in Argentina, has been completely isolated from the rest of the country. Only residents are allowed access to the area, and even then, only after complying with long and draconian health measures enforced by the local government to fight the coronavirus.
Images of crowded gyms, no isolation of infected people, crowded camps at the borders and people crying out for help from inside hotel rooms have shocked Argentines.
In addition to demanding a negative test result to enter the country, the government requires . . .