RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With 56 confirmed infections, Argentina has decided to close its borders, suspend classes and restrict public transport, announced the country's President Alberto Fernández on Sunday, March 15th. The measures are initially valid for 15 days.
"We must do everything possible so that the virus does not spread among us. It is important to gain time because we can manage the health issue," said Fernández at a press conference, adding that cultural shows will not be allowed during the period either.
However, the President said the borders will remain open to Argentines or people . . .