Argentina opens healthcare centers at 19 tourism resorts to treat COVID-19

According to the president's office, "these healthcare units will be dedicated to the emergency care and primary care of patients with COVID-19 symptoms."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez on Thursday, February 11th, unveiled a series of new modular healthcare centers at 19 tourism resorts to treat the novel coronavirus disease.

"Argentines have once and for all understood the importance of public healthcare just when the pandemic hit us," Fernandez said via videoconference at the presentation of the project.

According to a statement from the president's office, "with an investment of more than 2.8 billion pesos (about US$31.65 million), these healthcare units will be dedicated to the emergency care and primary care of patients with COVID . . .

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