Nearly 1.36 million people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in Argentina. Tourists must be tested for nucleic acid when entering the capital.
On November 20th the Argentine Ministry of Health announced that 9,608 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the country within 24 hours, with a total of 1359,042 confirmed cases; 261 new deaths, with a total of 36,790 deaths; a total of 1,177,819 cured cases, with 144,433 cases. .
The provinces with the largest number of new cases on that day were Buenos Aires (2,305), Santa Fe (1,757) and Córdoba (982).
On the same day, 410 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. According to local government officials, from the beginning of December, all domestic and foreign tourists entering the capital need to be tested for COVID-19 nucleic acid, and can only move freely after confirming negative results.
In addition, residents of the capital leave. For more than 72 hours in the capital, virus testing is also required upon return, and self-isolation is required before the test results are obtained.