RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In Argentina, government measures seem to have curbed the spread of Covid-19, at least for the time being. Newly-elected President Alberto Fernández took over the government and, as in many countries today, questions arise as to how things will proceed after the health crisis. Argentina may soon - again - be on the verge of financial collapse.
Overall, expectations after a change of government are invariably high and hardly ever all of them are or can be achieved. The first three months are typically a kind of "respite" that both the population and the media . . .