translated from Spanish: The Province acknowledged low cases but insists they are “high”

While the effect of the nine days of strict isolation is still being observed, the Minister of Health of the province of Buenos Aires, Daniel Gollan, acknowledged a decrease in cases but the numbers remain high. “We are observing the effects of the harshest measures that were taken in those nine days,” the Buenos Aires minister said. At a time when vacuanation is advancing from the arrival of millions of doses and the capacity of vaccination centers, Gollan said it is “advancing at a rapid pace.”

“The vaccination plan is progressing at a rapid pace. Yesterday was again a record with more than 112 thousand people vaccinated in one day. That acceleration is thanks to the arrival of planes that bring vaccines every week,” remarked @DrDanielGollan,#BuenosAiresVacunate — PBA Government (@BAProvincia)
June 8, 2021

In addition, he stressed that since Saturday, 2,291 people over the age of 70 without having previously registered were vaccinated with the first dose. In a joint press conference with Carlos Bianco, Gollan insisted that “the numbers are high, but they are falling.” For his part, Bianco said that the possibility of bringing forward the winter recess schedule is still under analysis, but it is not yet defined.

“We are in the middle of a pandemic and when there are many infections, this is not a good idea,” he said of the return to face-to-face.

Original source in Spanish

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