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Coronavirus

What measures is the government taking and recommendations to follow to prevent its spread.

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What should we do to prevent it?

 

Social, preventive and compulsory isolation for the entire population: With the aim of restricting the spread of the new coronavirus, the national government has arranged to restrict circulation both on national routes and within cities across the country. The measure, which will be in force until March 31 inclusive, will not affect essential production, supply, health services and all essential services. For the general population, transfers will only be allowed for exceptional reasons; the provision of food, medicine and hygiene and cleaning articles. The public transportation of passengers will be maintained only for the use of those who are exempt from complying with the isolation, the ATM system and the transfer of flows. The security forces will strictly enforce current regulations to protect the entire Argentine population.

 

Update to 03/19/2020.

 

More information at: https://www.argentina.gob.ar/coronavirus/medidas-gobierno

 

Follow these recommendations

 

Cover your nose and mouth with flexed elbow when coughing or sneezing.

 

Clean frequently touched surfaces with water and bleach.

Wash your hands with soap and water or use alcohol-based hand gels.

Avoid touching your face with your hands.

 

Send "Coronavirus" to the City's chat and get all the information.

 

Which are the symptoms?

 

Fever

Sore Throat

Cough

Mucus

Difficulty breathing

 

If you have these symptoms, you have travelled to a country where the virus is circulating or have had contact with someone who is sick, call the toll-free

Line 107

 

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