May 30, 2020

Buenos Aires lockdown extended until June 7 after rise in coronavirus cases

Buenos Aires lockdown extended until June 7 after rise in coronavirus casesArgentina extended until June 7 a mandatory lockdown in Buenos Aires on Saturday and tightened some movement restrictions, after a steady increase in the city's confirmed coronavirus cases in recent days. Officials will tighten traffic controls between the capital and Buenos Aires province, the area with the second highest concentration of cases, President Alberto Fernandez said in a televised press conference. Argentina has a commercial flight ban until Sept. 1, one of the world's strictest travel measures during the pandemic.


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