translated from Spanish: Three new coronavirus deaths in the country, extend the deadline to take out the circulation certificate, compare Messi to Che Guevara and much more…

1. Coronavirus in Argentina: three women died and there are already 27 fatalities

Ana María Tonzar, 63, died in the Chaco, while Liliana Ruiz, 52, is the first victim of La Rioja. A third death was recorded in Cordoba. I kept reading here…
2. Circulation Certificate: because of problems of the website they extended the deadline to process it

The new quarantine traffic permit will begin to apply from April 6. In the meantime, permits issued by the City of Buenos Aires and the provinces will remain in force. I kept reading here…

In addition: The Government delayed the review of the Care Prices program

3. Messi, «El Che del Barcelona»: the cover that a French newspaper dedicated to the Argentine

Diario L’Equipe compared the Pulga to Che Guevara after the letter in which the captain of the Catalan team announced the descent of salaries of the campus and scored against the leadership. I kept reading here…
4. Spain recorded 849 deaths, the highest figure in a day

The total number of fatalities grew to 8,189. In addition, 9,222 new infected and the total number of infected people amounted to 94,417. I kept reading here…

In addition: A 12-year-old girl died from COVID-19: the youngest fatality in Europe

5. Argentinian celebrities and the emotional Spanish version of «Imagine»

From the privacy of their homes, where they meet preventive and mandatory social isolation they came together to create this video. Look at it here…
6. No water: Iguazu Falls suffer a historic drought

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19), the tourist region is affected by the closure of dams on the Brazilian side. I kept reading here…
7. A Cirque du soleil special that you can watch for free from home

The company decided to provide a free live show, through its YouTube channel. It was Friday, March 27 and can still be seen on the platform. I kept reading here…

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