In one day, Argentina recorded 14,632 new COVID-19 infections and 438 more deaths. The Ministry of Health reported 4,798,851 cases and 102,818 deaths. Four hundred forty-three thousand eight hundred and seventy-one people have recovered from the disease.
- Argentina recorded on Wednesday 14,632 new COVID-19 infections and 438 more deaths in one day, bringing the total to 4,798,851 cases and 102,818 deaths, the Ministry of Health said.
- According to the official report, there were 264,162 active cases, while 4,431,871 people have recovered from the disease. “
- The vast majority are in decline, in low or medium risk,” Health Minister Carla Vizzotti said, according to state news agency Telam.
- The official highlighted that 87 per cent of people over 50 years old have been vaccinated against COVID-19, while 45 per cent over 70 years of age have received two doses and 70 per cent over 20 years old have received their first dose.
- The South American country remains under preventive and mandatory social distancing measures until August 6.
Argentina’s Ministry of Health reported Wednesday that 14,632 new COVID-19 infections and 438 additional deaths occurred in a single day, bringing the total to 4,798,851 cases and 102,818 deaths.
There were 264,162 active cases, while 4,431,871 persons recovered from the sickness, according to the official data.
“For the first time in a long time, there are no urban agglomerations classified as (epidemiological) alarm this week. The vast majority are declining, posing a low or moderate risk “According to state news agency Telam, Health Minister Carla Vizzotti stated.
The official noted that 87% of those over the age of 50 have had two doses of COVID-19 vaccine, while 45% of those over the age of 70 have received two doses and 70% of those over the age of 20 have received their first dose.
According to data from the Public Vaccination Monitor, 28.26 million vaccine doses have been administered to date.
Until August 6, the South American country is subject to preventive and enforced social separation measures. (ANI/Xinhua)