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In Buenos Aires soften quarantine imposed over coronavirus

Quarantine in Buenos Aires and several provinces of Argentina extended until August 2, but with breaks, said the President of the country Alberto Fernandez.

Compulsory isolation in the country to combat the coronavirus have introduced on 20 March. In may in many regions of the country had made significant concessions for business and for citizens. The most stringent measures are applied in the Metropolitan area, where the largest number of cases. Here before also went to the removal of some restrictions on businesses, for example, were allowed to run shops of clothes, shoes, opticians, however, three weeks ago, the authorities returned again to the measures of isolation.

In Buenos Aires tightened quarantine

The Argentine government cancelled all concessions, put in Buenos Aires and the Metropolitan area against the background of the pandemic coronavirus – residents again will have to be in mandatory isolation with the right to secede only for the most necessary, and the quarantine will be extended until July 17, according to the President of the country Alberto Fernandez.

"Let's go back to the closing movement for the Metropolitan area. We agreed that public transport from 00.00 Monday to serve only citizens employed in sensitive sectors of the economy. From July 1 will do more hard step is going to ask citizens to remain in their homes and to only go for things that are necessary for life. This measure will operate in Buenos Aires and suburbs to 17 July", - he said in the address.

In Argentina until June 28 extended the quarantine in Buenos Aires and several provinces

Argentine authorities have extended for three weeks until June 28, quarantine of COVID-19 in Buenos Aires and some provinces, where there are still infected, according to the President of the country Alberto Fernandez.

"We extend it (the quarantine) for another 21 days, I will see you next time on 28 June", — he told, addressing to journalists.