Increase in infections: “A sanitary curfew may be an option,” acknowledged the head of advisers to the Buenos Aires Ministry of Health


“The sanitary curfew may be an option,” said Enio García, head of advisers for the Buenos Aires Ministry of Health, to warn: “They are unpleasant measures, but there is no other option.” Credit: Tomas Cuesta

Given the increase in cases that occurred in recent weeks and concerned about the situation that is recorded daily in the Buenos Aires coast, from the Buenos Aires government of Axel Kicillof they began to recognize that the “health curfew” that the president slid days ago Alberto Fernandez it is an alternative that gains weight.





This was expressed in a report in La Once Diez, Enio José García, chief of advisers to the Buenos Aires Ministry of Health, who heads Daniel Gollán. “The sanitary curfew may be an option”, he said, although he warned that this is a measure that cannot be approached in isolation. “They are unpleasant measures, but there is no other”, added.



“It could be a card in the deck, but it should not be the only one. We would have to see how to do with the issue of the coast as well. You do not want the season to be canceled, but you have to take some measures to reduce infections, that are coming strong not only in Mar del Plata, but also the Partido de la Costa is registering many cases. It will be a key week to take definitions “, detailed in dialogue with La Once Diez.



"Sanitary curfew may be an option", said Enio García, chief of advisers of the Buenos Aires Ministry of Health, to warn: "They are unpleasant measures, but there is no other"
“The sanitary curfew may be an option,” said Enio García, head of advisers for the Buenos Aires Ministry of Health, to warn: “They are unpleasant measures, but there is no other option.” Source: LA NACION – Credit: Mauro V. Rizzi

He added that the “health curfew” would be “a measure that the World Health Organization is recommending because there is a general analysis that contagions are closely linked to the young sectors, that return to their family circuit and end up also making older people sick “.



“We could call it a regrowth,” acknowledged the health worker in dialogue with La Once Diez. He explained that they expected the cases to decrease in summer due to outdoor activity, but that in recent weeks they grew very quickly due to the lack of care.

“One does not want the season to be canceled but measures must be taken. Cases increased throughout the Partido de la Costa”, added the chief adviser, recognizing in any case the importance that the season represents economically for these localities.

García confirmed that this will be a week of definitions where they must take restrictive measures. “Without any restriction, things got out of hand,” he declared. Next Friday, President Alberto Fernández will receive Governor Axel Kicillof and the head of the Buenos Aires government, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, to analyze these measures and the evolution of cases.

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