Argentina’s President Expresses Concern Over Spike in COVID-19 Cases

The president told the Telam news agency that "individual responsibility" was necessary and warned that "the pandemic continues to plague the homeland."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentinean President Alberto Fernandez on Sunday, January 3rd, expressed concern over the rapid growth of COVID-19 cases in the country and urged citizens, especially young people, to observe prevention measures.

"The vaccine will give us, as the months go by, immunity, but in the meantime, we cannot play with fire, because the virus is circulating," Fernandez said during an event in the town of Chapadmalal.

The president told the Telam news agency that "individual responsibility" was necessary and warned that "the pandemic continues to plague the homeland."

"People aren't being careful and those who . . .

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