Argentina extends general isolation in the capital, Buenos Aires, until June 7 – one world – outside the border

Argentine President Alberto Fernandez announced on Saturday the extension of compulsory public isolation in the capital, Buenos Aires, until June 7 after the city witnessed a steady increase in the number of cases of coronavirus in recent days.

Argentina imposed public isolation on March 20, and was due to end on Sunday, although officials eased restrictions in some areas of the country.

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