“Argentina on the verge of an unprecedented health catastrophe,” warns intensive care physician

With an average of more than 1,200 cases per day in the last seven days in the city of Buenos Aires and a high level of new infections in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina is following the same path as Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - For Arnaldo Dubin, the situation of the healthcare system, added to the epidemiological reality, suggests that "a worse disaster than the one experienced last year is in the offing."

The statements of intensive care specialist Arnaldo Dubin never go unnoticed. It must be because, as he himself acknowledges, intensive care specialists learn to work with the worst-case scenario.

After the latest restrictions announced this week by the national and Buenos Aires authorities and given the sustained increase in new cases of COVID-19 throughout the country, the specialist predicted that Argentina "is on the brink . . .

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