Buenos Aires’ Worrisome, Seemingly Endless, Quarantine

As a result of such discipline, the death toll from coronavirus is among the lowest in Latin America. However, the success against the pandemic comes at a high economic and psychological cost.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Buenos Aires has been in quarantine for over three months. Now, until July 17th, it will be under an even more strict confinement. No one expects a significant relaxation at least until September. It will be six months, at best.

As a result of such discipline, the death toll from coronavirus (1,167 by Friday) is among the lowest in Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?