Unlike the decisions made by other provinces and the City of Buenos Aires, the classes will continue to be virtual, so resolved Governor Gustavo Valdes.The president in the face of the sharp increase in cases in his and the high occupancy of intensive care beds in his province, confirmed through his social networks the extension of health measures for a week.
Together with the mayors and the Crisis Committee we decided to extend for one more week ALL the health measures announced. Due to the impact of the second wave of the pandemic on #Corrientes, we need to keep mobility reduced as much as possible.— Gustavo Valdés (@gustavovaldesok)
May 30, 2021
Let us remember that so far the province of northeastern Argentina has 4,583 active cases and 54,984 accumulated throughout the province and 49,606 recovered. In addition, on Saturday Corrientes recorded 886 new positive cases of coronavirus, of which 379 were contagious in the capital city and the remaining 507 in 37 localities of the provincial interior, having analyzed 6,798 samples in the last 24 hours.
On the other hand, the province has reached 795 deaths so far in the pandemic and has 28,721 people isolated preventively in their respective homes