COVID-19 pandemic in Argentina

The COVID-19 pandemic in Argentina is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). On 3 March 2020, the virus was confirmed to have spread to Argentina.[1] As of 26 May 2020, a total of 13,215 people have been infected.[2][3][4]

COVID-19 pandemic in Argentina
COVID-19 Pandemic Cases in Argentina by number by province.svg
Provinces by number of cases (as of 26 May)
  Confirmed 1~9
  Confirmed 10~49
  Confirmed 50~99
  Confirmed 100~499
  Confirmed 500~999
  Confirmed >1000
Provinces by number of deaths
Argentina deaths of COVID-19 by province.svg
Provinces by number of deaths (as of 26 May)
  Confirmed 1~9
  Confirmed 10~49
  Confirmed 50~99
  Confirmed >100
DiseaseCOVID-19
Virus strainSARS-CoV-2
LocationArgentina
First outbreakMilan, Italy (local)
Wuhan, China (global)
Index caseBuenos Aires
Arrival date3 March 2020
(2 months, 3 weeks and 3 days)
Confirmed cases13,215[a][b]
Recovered4,336
Deaths
492
Government website
www.argentina.gob.ar/COVID-19

On 7 March, the Ministry of Health confirmed the country's first death, a 64-year-old man who had travelled to Paris, France, who also had other health conditions;[5] the case was only confirmed as positive after the patient's demise.[5] This also marked the first documented death from the virus in the country.[5]

On 19 March, Argentina entered a nation-wide lockdown.[6][7] The Argentine government announced the extension of the lockdown, originally intended to end on March 31, then mid April,[8] and later until 26 April.[9] On 25 April, President Alberto Fernández announced that the lockdown would be extended in major cities until 10 May.[10] The lockdown was lifted up throughout all the country since 10 May, excepting the Greater Buenos Aires, as the lockdown is expected to continue in that urban area at least until 24 May.[11] On 23 May, the lockdown was extended in this area until 7 June after a big jump in the number of new cases in the previous days.[12]

Responses to the outbreak have included restrictions on commerce and movement, closure of borders, and the closure of schools and educational institutions.[13] Clusters of infections and deaths have occurred in nursing homes, prisons and other detention centers, and urban areas.[14][15] The number testings increased over time, although there were some concerns as the number of testings is lower compared to other countries from the region like Chile and Peru.[16]

BackgroundEdit

On 12 January, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that a novel coronavirus was the cause of a respiratory illness in a cluster of people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, who was reported to the WHO on 31 December 2019.[17][18] Unlike SARS of 2003, the case fatality ratio for COVID-19[19][20] has been much lower, but the transmission has been significantly greater, with a significant total death toll.[21][19]

TimelineEdit

COVID-19 cases in Argentina  ()
     Deaths        Recoveries        Active cases
Date
# of cases
# of deaths
2020-03-03
1(n.a.) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-04
1(=) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-05
2(+100%) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-06
8(+300%) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-07
9(+13%) 1(n.a.)
2020-03-08
12(+33%) 1(=)
2020-03-09
17(+42%) 1(=)
2020-03-10
19(+12%) 1(=)
2020-03-11
21(+11%) 1(=)
2020-03-12
31(+48%) 1(=)
2020-03-13
34(+10%) 2(+100%)
2020-03-14
45(+32%) 2(=)
2020-03-15
56(+24%) 2(=)
2020-03-16
65(+16%) 2(=)
2020-03-17
79(+20%) 2(=)
2020-03-18
97(+24%) 2(=[c])
2020-03-19
128(+32%) 3(+50%)
2020-03-20
158(+23%) 3(=)
2020-03-21
225(+42%) 4(+33%)
2020-03-22
266(+18%) 4(=)
2020-03-23
301(+13%) 4(=[d])
2020-03-24
387(+28%) 6(+50%)
2020-03-25
502(+29%) 8(+33%[e])
2020-03-26
589(+17%) 12(+50%)
2020-03-27
690(+17%) 17(+42%)
2020-03-28
745(+8%) 19(+12%)
2020-03-29
820(+10%) 20(+5%)
2020-03-30
966(+18%) 24(+20%)
2020-03-31
1,054(+9%) 27(+12%)
2020-04-01
1,133(+8%) 31(+15%)
2020-04-02
1,265(+12%) 36(+16%)
2020-04-03
1,353(+7%) 42(+17%)
2020-04-04
1,451(+7%) 43(+2%)
2020-04-05
1,554(+7%) 46(+7%)
2020-04-06
1,628(+5%) 53(+15%)
2020-04-07
1,715(+5%) 60(+13%)
2020-04-08
1,795(+5%) 65(+8%)
2020-04-09
1,894(+6%) 79(+22%)
2020-04-10
1,975(+4%) 82(+4%)
2020-04-11
2,137(+8%) 89(+9%)
2020-04-12
2,203(+3%) 94(+6%)
2020-04-13
2,272(+3%) 98(+4%)
2020-04-14
2,432(+7%) 105(+7%)
2020-04-15
2,560(+5%) 112(+7%)
2020-04-16
2,658(+4%) 122(+9%)
2020-04-17
2,747(+3%) 129(+6%)
2020-04-18
2,828(+3%) 132(+2%)
2020-04-19
2,930(+4%) 134(+2%)
2020-04-20
3,020(+3%) 142(+6%)
2020-04-21
3,133(+4%) 151(+6%)
2020-04-22
3,276(+5%) 159(+5%)
2020-04-23
3,423(+4%) 165(+4%)
2020-04-24
3,595(+5%) 176(+7%)
2020-04-25
3,767(+5%) 185(+5%)
2020-04-26
3,879(+3%) 192(+4%)
2020-04-27
3,990(+3%) 197(+3%)
2020-04-28
4,114(+3%) 207(+5%)
2020-04-29
4,272(+4%) 214(+3%)
2020-04-30
4,415(+3%) 218(+2%)
2020-05-01
4,519(+2%) 225(+3%)
2020-05-02
4,668(+3%) 237(+5%)
2020-05-03
4,770(+2%) 246(+4%)
2020-05-04
4,874(+2%) 260(+6%)
2020-05-05
5,007(+3%) 264(+2%)
2020-05-06
5,195(+4%) 273(+3%)
2020-05-07
5,358(+3%) 282(+3%)
2020-05-08
5,598(+4%) 293(+4%)
2020-05-09
5,763(+3%) 300(+2%)
2020-05-10
6,021(+4%) 305(+2%)
2020-05-11
6,265(+4%) 314(+3%)
2020-05-12
6,550(+5%) 319(+2%)
2020-05-13
6,866(+5%) 329(+3%)
2020-05-14
7,121(+4%) 353(+7%)
2020-05-15
7,466(+5%) 356(+1%)
2020-05-16
7,792(+4%) 363(+2%)
2020-05-17
8,055(+3%) 373(+3%)
2020-05-18
8,358(+4%) 382(+2%)
2020-05-19
8,796(+5%) 393(+3%)
2020-05-20
9,270(+5%) 403(+3%)
2020-05-21
9,918(+7%) 416(+3%)
2020-05-22
10,636(+7%) 433(+4%)
2020-05-23
11,340(+7%) 445(+3%)
2020-05-24
12,063(+6%) 452(+2%)
2020-05-25
12,615(+5%) 467(+3%)
Sources:
  • Official: The national Ministry of Health provides daily update of new cases and deaths here at night
  • Recoveries: Since at least 2020-03-23 the national Ministry of Health is reporting the number of recoveries in the morning press conference (the next day of the above-mentioned report).
  • Last updated: 25.05.2020, 20:00 UTC-3

Notes:

  1. ^ According to the numbers provided by the national Ministry of Health.
  2. ^ Excluding confirmed cases on the claimed territory of the Falkland Islands. Since 11 April, the Ministry of Health includes them.
  3. ^ The official data from 2020-03-18 doesn't include one case of a person who died but was included later in the daily report of 2020-03-19.
  4. ^ The official data from 2020-03-23 reclassified a double-counted patient.
  5. ^ The official data from 2020-03-25 reclassified two cases of the report of the previous day.


FebruaryEdit

On February 4, the cruise ship Diamond Princess was quarantined in the Port of Yokohama in Japan when 10 passengers were diagnosed with COVID-19 during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.[22] Among the diagnosed passengers was a 61-year-old man of Argentine nationality, who was travelling accompanied by his wife and who had no symptoms, being the first Argentine patient infected. The patient was transferred to a hospital in Japan "for studies and treatment".[23] The other seven Argentinians on board, including his wife, remained on the cruise in quarantine until February 21.[24] The man was in perfect health and was released on February 17. He finally left Japan on February 24 and arrived in Argentina on February 26, moving to his home in the city of Buenos Aires.[25]

MarchEdit

3 March: A first case of the COVID-19 was confirmed in Buenos Aires in a 43-year-old man who had arrived on 1 March from Milan, Italy.[2]

5 March: A second case was confirmed in a 23-year-old man living in Buenos Aires, who had recently returned from Northern Italy.[26]

6 March: An Italian tourist, a 25-year-old local man who arrived from Madrid, a 60-year-old woman who had arrived from Italy and a Japanese citizen were confirmed to have the virus, bringing the total cases to eight.[27]

7 March: The Ministry of Health confirmed the country's first death from coronavirus, a 64-year-old man who had travelled to Paris who also had other health conditions.[5] This marks the first death in the country.[5] The person was not among the eight already diagnosed with the disease and was diagnosed post-mortem.[28]

8 March: A 53-year-old local woman who arrived from Europe, a 71-year-old Italian citizen who arrived from Parma, and another person who had recently returned from the United States are confirmed to have the virus, bringing the total cases to 12.[29]

9 March: The Ministry of Health confirmed five new cases, in Buenos Aires, San Luis, Chaco (2), and Río Negro, bringing the total to 17.[30]

10 March: The Ministry of Health confirmed two new cases, in La Matanza and Buenos Aires, a 42-year-old man who returned from Spain and a 23-year-old man who arrived from France, respectively, bringing the total cases to 19.[31]

Coronavirus prevention video from the National University of Río Cuarto.

11 March: Two new cases were confirmed, a 54-year-old man from Buenos Aires who returned from Germany and a 48-year-old woman from Buenos Aires Province who recently returned from Spain, bringing the total cases to 21.[32][33] The government also announced a mandatory 14-day-quarantine to every person that returned to Argentina from highly affected countries such as China, South Korea, Japan, Iran, the United States and all of Europe.[34][35]

12 March: Ten new cases were confirmed (three are from local transmission) in Buenos Aires and the provinces of Buenos Aires, Chaco, and Córdoba, bringing the total cases to 31.[36] In Chaco, the first native transmission is confirmed.[37]

The first patient with the virus in the country was discharged and left the hospital in Buenos Aires the next day.[38][39]

13 March: The second death in the country linked to the virus has been confirmed on this day, a 61-year-old man from Chaco Province who had travelled to Egypt, Turkey, and Germany, and also had other underlying health conditions.[40] Later that same day three new cases were confirmed, bringing the total to 34.[41]

14 March: The Ministry of Health confirmed eleven new cases in Buenos Aires and the provinces of Buenos Aires, Chaco, and Santa Fe, bringing the total to 45.[42]

15 March: The Ministry of Health confirmed eleven new cases: 6 in Buenos Aires, 2 in Chaco, 2 in Tierra del Fuego (first cases), and one in Buenos Aires Province.[43] One of the cases in Chaco, the first announced this day, was of a 64-year-old woman who contracted the virus through casual contact.[44] The government also announced the close of their borders for non-residents and national parks, and the suspension of public and private school classes.[13]

16 March: Nine new cases were confirmed by the national Ministry of Health in the City of Buenos Aires (5) and the provinces of Chaco (3) and Buenos Aires (1), bringing the total to 65.[45] Soon after in the night, the Governor of Chaco confirmed the provincial number of four more cases instead of three, bringing the total to 66.[46] Tierra del Fuego was put on lockdown later that day, becoming the first province to do so.[47]

17 March: The Ministry of Health confirmed fourteen new cases in the City of Buenos Aires (4), Buenos Aires Province (2), Córdoba (2), Chaco (1), Jujuy (1), Río Negro (1), Salta (1), Entre Ríos (1), and Santa Cruz (1), bringing the total to 79.[48]

18 March: 19 new cases were confirmed in the City of Buenos Aires (10), Buenos Aires Province (6), Chaco (1), Córdoba (1), and Entre Ríos (1), and one case of the 14 reported the day before was reclassified, bringing the total to 97.[49] After the report from the Ministry of Health, it became known the third death from the virus.[50] The provinces of Chaco, Misiones, Salta, Jujuy, Mendoza and Tierra del Fuego decided to close their borders.[51]

 
Provinces that issued a lockdown order:
  On 16 March
  On 18 March
  On 19 March

19 March: The Ministry of Health confirmed 31 new cases in the City of Buenos Aires (8), Buenos Aires Province (15), Córdoba (3), Chaco (2), Tucumán (1), Santa Fe (1), and Río Negro (1), bringing the total to 128.[52] In the night, President Alberto Fernández announced a mandatory lockdown, in effect from midnight on 20 March until 31 March.[6][7]

20 March: The Ministry of Health confirmed 30 new cases in the City of Buenos Aires (9) and the provinces of Buenos Aires (9), Córdoba (4), Neuquén (2), Chaco, Tierra del Fuego, Entre Ríos, San Luis, Corrientes, and Santiago del Estero (one each). The number of confirmed cases has risen to 158.[53]

21 March: Another death was reported from the Province of Buenos Aires, bringing the total number of deaths in the country to four.[54] Later, the Ministry of Health confirmed 67 new cases in the City of Buenos Aires (29) and the provinces of Buenos Aires (15), Chaco (5), Mendoza (5), Córdoba (4), Tierra del Fuego (3), Corrientes (2), Santa Fe (2), Tucumán (1), and Río Negro (1), bringing the total to 225.[55]

22 March: The Ministry of Health confirmed 41 new cases in the City of Buenos Aires (12), and the provinces of Buenos Aires (8), Córdoba (8), Chaco (7), Tucumán (5), and Misiones (1). The number of confirmed cases has risen to 266.[56] After the national report, the Government of Misiones denied having a case in the province, and said the case belonged to the Province of Córdoba,[57] and the Province of Santiago del Estero announced its second confirmed case.[58]

23 March: Ministry of Health officials reported the coronavirus is spreading via "community transmission" in the City of Buenos Aires, its surroundings and some cities in Chaco, Tierra del Fuego and Córdoba provinces. Also reported 51 recoveries.[59] Later in the daily report, the Ministry of Health confirmed 36 new cases in the City of Buenos Aires (11) and the provinces of Buenos Aires (5), Córdoba (3), Santa Fe (13) and Chaco (4). The number of confirmed cases has risen to 301.[60]

In the Province of Santa Fe, five inmates died during riots in two jails, amid tensions over coronavirus.[61]

24 March: In the morning, the Ministry of Health confirmed a total of 52 recoveries.[62] The fifth death was reported, a 71-year-old man who had returned from Spain and was hospitalised in Mar del Plata,[63] and then a sixth death was reported in Chaco, a 53-year-old man without comorbidities.[64] Later, 86 new cases were confirmed with 30 being in the City of Buenos Aires, 30 in Buenos Aires Province, 9 in Chaco, 7 in Córdoba, 4 in Tierra del Fuego, 3 in Santa Fe and 1 in Neuquén, La Pampa, and Santa Cruz, bringing the total to 387.[65]

25 March: In the morning, the Ministry of Health confirmed a total of 63 recoveries.[66] Later new deaths were reported, two women hospitalized in the City of Buenos Aires and Chaco, bringing the death toll to eight.[67] The Ministry of Health confirmed 117 new cases of which 21 belong to the City of Buenos Aires, 30 to Buenos Aires Province, 22 to Santa Fe, 15 to Córdoba, 12 to Chaco, 5 to Santa Cruz, 4 to San Luis, 3 to Entre Ríos, 2 to Tucumán and one each in the provinces of Mendoza, Neuquén and Tierra del Fuego. The number of confirmed cases has risen to 502.[68]

26 March: In the morning, the Ministry of Health confirmed a total of 72 recoveries.[69] The ninth death (and fourth in Chaco) was reported, a 59-year-old man who died the previous day and was diagnosed post-mortem.[70] Later, 87 new cases were confirmed with 30 in the City of Buenos Aires and 27 in Buenos Aires Province, 12 in Santa Fe, 3 in Chaco, 3 in Córdoba, 3 in Neuquén, 3 in Tierra del Fuego, 2 in Jujuy, 2 in Santa Cruz, 1 in Mendoza and the other one in San Luis, raising the number of confirmed cases to 589. Also, four new deaths were reported, compared to the previous day report, raising the number of confirmed deaths to 12.[71]

27 March: In the morning, the Ministry of Health confirmed a total of 76 recoveries.[72] The death of a 59-year-old traumatologist who had travelled to Europe in Neuquén brought the country's death toll to thirteen.[73] In the night report, the Ministry of health raised the number of deaths to seventeen, with 101 new and reclassified cases in the City of Buenos Aires (43) and the provinces of Buenos Aires (36), Santa Fe (9), Tucumán (6), Córdoba (5), Neuquén (4), Chaco (3), Entre Ríos (3), Río Negro (3), Corrientes (2), Mendoza (1), Santiago del Estero (1), and Misiones (1).[74]

28 March: A new death was confirmed, a 51-year-old man from Mar del Plata that returned from a trip to Spain and Egypt. The man was diagnosed a week ago and was in the ICU under mechanical ventilation, but did not register any previous condition.[75] Later the Ministry of Health confirmed 55 new cases, in the City of Buenos Aires (18) and the provinces of Santa Fe (13), Buenos Aires (8), Chaco (5), Corrientes (4), Tierra del Fuego (4), Neuquén (2), Mendoza (1), and Córdoba (1). Also, another death was registered of an 84-year-old woman from the City of Buenos Aires that had contact with a person that travelled to Italy. Therefore, the number of cases rose to 745 and 19 fatal victims.[76]

29 March: 75 new cases were confirmed by the Ministry of Health on the City of Buenos Aires (13) and the provinces of Córdoba (18), Buenos Aires (16), Santa Fe (13), Chaco (4), Tierra del Fuego (4), La Pampa (2), San Juan (1), La Rioja (1), Mendoza (1), Misiones (1) and Corrientes (1). Two new deaths were confirmed, one from a 58-year-old man from the Province of Buenos Aires that had contact with another confirmed case and had a history of COPD, and a 50-year-old man from Tucumán that recently returned from Europe with his wife that was the first case on the province. To this day there were 820 confirmed cases and 21 deaths.[77] Later, president Alberto Fernández announced that the mandatory lockdown would be extended until April 12.[8]

30 March: Four new deaths were confirmed, two men from the Province of Buenos Aires (58 and 67 years old), a 68-year-old woman from Neuquén that returned from Spain and another 77-year-old woman from Tucumán that suffered from obesity, diabetes and hypertension and have travelled to Chile and Bolivia.[78] 146 new cases were confirmed in the Province of Buenos Aires (36), the City of Buenos Aires (34), Santa Fe (21), Chaco (12), Tierra del Fuego (11), Corrientes (10), Córdoba (8), Neuquén (8), Mendoza (3) y Entre Ríos (3), bringing the total to 966 accumulated cases and 24 deaths.[79]

31 March: The Ministry of Health confirmed 88 new cases in Santa Fe (22), the City of Buenos Aires (19), the Province of Buenos Aires (17), Córdoba (14), Tierra del Fuego (7), Chaco (3), Mendoza (2), Río Negro (1), Corrientes (1), Misiones (1), and Tucumán (1).[80] Three new deaths were also confirmed, three women from Chaco (63 years old), La Rioja (52) and Córdoba (89). The number of cases now rose to 1,054 and 27 fatal victims.[81]

AprilEdit

1 April: The Ministry of Health confirmed 79 new cases in Chaco (12), Santa Fe (11), the City of Buenos Aires (10), Santa Cruz (10), the Province of Buenos Aires (10), Mendoza (10), Córdoba (6), Neuquén (4), Salta (2), Entre Ríos (1), Corrientes (1), San Luis (1), and Tucumán (1).[82] Six new deaths were confirmed, a 71-year-old man from the Province of Buenos Aires, the 66-year-old Chilean consul in Santa Fe, a 55-year-old rabbi from the City of Buenos Aires, a 78-year-old man from Neuquén, a 73-year old from Mendoza, and a 61-year-old woman from the Province of Buenos Aires. The number of cases are 1,133 and the death toll has risen to 33.[83]

2 April: 132 new cases were confirmed in the City of Buenos Aires (24) and the provinces of Buenos Aires (36), Tierra del Fuego (24), Córdoba (16), Santa Fe (8), Neuquén (4), Tucumán (4), Chaco (3), La Rioja (3), San Luis (2), Jujuy (2), Entre Ríos (2), Santa Cruz (2), Santiago del Estero (1) and Corrientes (1).[84] Also, four new deaths were registered (a 73-year-old man from Mendoza, a 61-year-old from Chaco and a 41-year-old from the Province of Buenos Aires), bringing the death toll to 37 and the number of total confirmed cases to 1,265.[85]

3 April: 88 new cases were confirmed, from the City of Buenos Aires (28), and the provinces of Buenos Aires (22), Córdoba (14), Santa Fe (8), Chaco (8), Entre Ríos (2), Mendoza (2), Neuquén (1), Río Negro (1), San Luis (1) and Tierra del Fuego (1).[86] Five new deaths were registered: two men from the Province of Buenos Aires (87 and 72 years old), a 60-year-old man from Chaco, a 76-year-old man of Spanish nationality living in Mendoza, and a 53-year-old woman from the Province of Buenos Aires. There are 1353 confirmed cases and 42 fatal victims to this day.[87]

4 April: The Ministry of Health announced that 98 new cases were registered, from the City of Buenos Aires (34) and the Provinces of Buenos Aires (26), Chaco (8), Tierra del Fuego (8), Río Negro (5), Santa Fe (5), Neuquén (4), Córdoba (3), La Rioja (2), Santa Cruz (1), Santiago del Estero (1) and Tucumán (1). A 73-year-old man from the Province of Buenos Aires died, bringing the number of deaths to 43.[88]

5 April: On this day, 103 new cases were confirmed and the death toll rose to 48 fatal victims (two of them died after the Ministry of Health's nightly official report).[89]

6 April: The Ministry of Health announced that 74 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of total confirmed cases to 1,628. Five new deaths were reported, three men from the City of Buenos Aires, a man from the Province of Buenos Aires, and another man from Neuquén, making the number of deaths rise to 53. Also, it was reported that 325 people were discharged to this day.[90]

7 April: 87 new cases and seven new deaths were reported, bringing the total number of cases to 1,715 and the number of deaths to 60.[91]

8 April: President Alberto Fernández announced that the mandatory lockdown would be extended beyond 12 April, with "flexibilisation" of few activities only.[92] Later, the Ministry of Health confirmed 80 new cases and five new deaths; The number of confirmed cases has risen to 1,795 and the number of total deaths to 65, while the number of recoveries is now 358.[93]

9 April: The Ministry of Health announced that 99 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of total confirmed cases to 1,894. 14 new deaths were reported, making the number of deaths rise to 79, and the number of recoveries has risen to 365.[94]

10 April: 81 new cases and three new deaths were reported, bringing the total number of cases to 1,975 and the number of deaths to 82.[95] In the night, President Fernández confirmed that the lockdown would be extended until 26 April in major cities,[9] and that the flexibilisation of restrictions in zones with lesser risk would be analysed.[96]

11 April: On this day, 162[a] new cases were confirmed by the Ministry of Health in the Argentinian territory, the highest to this date, and the death toll rose to 89 fatal victims.[97]

12 April: The Ministry of Health announced that 66 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of total confirmed cases to 2,203. Five new deaths were reported, making the number of deaths rise to 94, and the number of recoveries has risen to 467.[98]

13 April: The Ministry of Health confirmed 69 new cases and three new deaths; The number of confirmed cases has risen to 2,272 and the number of total deaths to 98, while the number of recoveries is now 514.[99]

After appearance of three asymptomatic cases, Buenos Aires authorities introduced compulsory masking starting on April 14. Wearing a face mask was made obligatory for everyone on public transit and everyone who contacts with the public in their position. Violators can face a fine. Authorities also prohibited the sale of N95 masks to non-medical workers, suggesting the general public to use home-made masks instead.[100]

14 April: 160[b] new cases and seven new deaths were reported, bringing the total number of cases to 2,432 and the number of deaths to 105.[101]

15 April: The Ministry of Health announced that 128 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of total confirmed cases to 2,560. Seven new deaths were reported, making the number of deaths rise to 112, and the number of recoveries has risen to 595.[102]

16 April: On this day, 98 new cases and 10 deaths were confirmed by the Ministry of Health, bringing the number of total confirmed cases to 2,658 and the death toll to 122 fatal victims.[103]

17 April: 89 new cases and seven new deaths were reported, bringing the total number of cases to 2,747 and the number of deaths to 129.[104]

18 April: The Ministry of Health confirmed 81 new cases and three new deaths; The number of confirmed cases has risen to 2,828 and the number of total deaths to 132, while the number of recoveries is now 684.[105]

19 April: The Ministry of Health announced that 102 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of total confirmed cases to 2,930. Two new deaths were reported, making the number of deaths rise to 134, and also 24 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 708.[106]

20 April: On this day, 90 new cases and eight deaths were confirmed by the Ministry of Health, bringing the number of total confirmed cases to 3,020 and the death toll to 142 fatal victims.[107]

21 April: 113 new cases and nine new deaths were reported, bringing the total number of cases to 3,133 and the number of deaths to 151.[108]

22 April: The Ministry of Health confirmed 143 new cases and eight new deaths; The number of confirmed cases has risen to 3,276 and the number of total deaths to 159, while the number of recoveries is now 868.[109]

23 April: The Ministry of Health announced that 147 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of total confirmed cases to 3,423. Six new deaths were reported, making the number of deaths rise to 165, and also 40 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 908.[110]

24 April: The daily report of the Ministry of Health confirmed 172 new cases, the highest to this date, bringing the total number of cases to 3,595. 11 new deaths were also reported, making the number of total deaths rise to 176. Meanwhile, 965 recoveries were confirmed to this day.[111]

25 April: On this day, 172 new cases, 54 recoveries and nine new deaths were confirmed, making the number of total cases rise to 3,767, the number of deaths to 185 and the number of recoveries to 1,019.[112] Also, president Fernández announced that a third phase of the lockdown would take place, extending it to major cities until 10 May.[113]

26 April: In the morning, the Ministry of Health confirmed a total of 77 recoveries. In the night report, seven deaths and 112 new cases were confirmed, bringing the total number of deaths to 192 and confirmed cases to 3,879.[114]

27 April: 111 new cases and five new deaths were reported, bringing the total number of cases to 3,990 and the number of deaths to 197.[115]

28 April: The Ministry of Health confirmed 124 new cases and 10 new deaths; The number of confirmed cases has risen to 4,114 and the number of total deaths to 207, while the number of recoveries is now 1,151.[116]

29 April: The Ministry of Health announced that 158 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of total confirmed cases to 4,272. Seven new deaths were reported, making the number of deaths rise to 214, and also 30 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 1,181.[117]

30 April: The daily report of the Ministry of Health confirmed 143 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 4,415. Four new deaths were also reported, making the number of total deaths rise to 218. Meanwhile, 1,245 recoveries were confirmed to this day.[118]

MayEdit

1 May: On this day, 105 new cases, 34 recoveries and seven new deaths were confirmed, making the number of total cases rise to 4,519, the number of deaths to 225 and the number of recoveries to 1,279.[119]

2 May: In the morning, the Ministry of Health confirmed a total of 28 new recoveries. In the night report, 12 deaths and 149 new cases were confirmed, bringing the total number of deaths to 237 and confirmed cases to 4,668.[120]

3 May: 103 new cases and nine deaths were confirmed on this day, making the number of total cases rise to 4,770 and the death toll to 246 deaths.[121]

4 May: The number of confirmed cases rose to 4,874. 14 new deaths were also reported, bringing the number of deaths to 260.[122]

5 May: The Ministry of Health announced that 134 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of total confirmed cases to 5,007. Four new deaths were reported, making the number of deaths rise to 264, and also 30 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 1,459.[123]

6 May: The Ministry of Health confirmed 188 new cases and nine new deaths; The number of confirmed cases has risen to 5,195 and the number of total deaths to 273, while the number of recoveries is now 1,511.[124]

7 May: The daily report of the Ministry of Health confirmed 163 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 5,358. Nine new deaths were also reported, making the number of total deaths rise to 282. Meanwhile, 1,588 recoveries were confirmed to this day.[125]

8 May: On this day, 58 recoveries and 11 new deaths were confirmed, making the number of total of recoveries rise to 1,646 and the number of deaths to 293. Also, 240 new confirmed cases were confirmed, setting a new record high for the country, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 5,598.[126] President Fernández announced that the national lockdown would be "relaxed" throughout the country with the exception of Greater Buenos Aires, where the lockdown was extended until 24 May.[11]

9 May: In the morning, the Ministry of Health confirmed a total of 69 new recoveries. In the night report, seven deaths and 165 new cases were confirmed, bringing the total number of deaths to 300 and confirmed cases to 5,763.[127]

10 May: 258 new cases and five deaths were confirmed on this day, making the number of total cases rise to 6,021 and the death toll to 305 deaths.[128]

11 May: The Ministry of Health announced that 244 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of total confirmed cases to 6,265. Nine new deaths were reported, making the number of deaths rise to 314, and also 80 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 1,824.[129]

12 May: There were 285 new confirmed cases, rising to a total of 6,550. Five new deaths were also reported, bringing the number of deaths to 319.[130]

13 May: The Ministry of Health confirmed 316 new cases and 10 new deaths; The number of confirmed cases has risen to 6,866 and the number of total deaths to 329, while the number of recoveries is now 2,253.[131]

14 May: On this day, 119 recoveries and 24 new deaths were confirmed, making the number of total of recoveries rise to 2,372 and the number of deaths to 353. Also, 255 new confirmed cases were confirmed, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 7,121.[132]

15 May: In the morning, the Ministry of Health confirmed a total of 112 new recoveries. In the night report, three deaths and 345 new cases were confirmed, bringing the total number of deaths to 356 and confirmed cases to 7,466.[133]

16 May: 326 new cases and seven deaths were confirmed on this day, making the number of total cases rise to 7,792 and the death toll to 363 deaths.[134]

17 May: The Ministry of Health confirmed 263 new cases and 10 new deaths; The number of confirmed cases has risen to 8,055 and the number of total deaths to 373, while the number of recoveries is now 2,556.[135]

18 May: The Ministry of Health announced that 303 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of total confirmed cases to 8,358. Nine new deaths were reported, making the number of deaths rise to 382, and also 56 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 2,612.[136]

19 May: There were 438 new confirmed cases, rising to a total of 8,796. 11 new deaths were also reported, bringing the number of deaths to 393.[137]

20 May: On this day, 61 recoveries and 10 new deaths were confirmed, making the number of total of recoveries rise to 2,920 and the number of deaths to 403. Also, 474 new confirmed cases were confirmed, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 9,270.[138]

21 May: 474 new cases and 13 deaths were confirmed on this day, making the number of total cases rise to 9,918 and the death toll to 416 deaths.[139]

22 May: The number of confirmed cases rose to a total of 10,636 after 718 new cases were reported. 17 new deaths were also reported, bringing the number of deaths to 433.[140]

23 May: In the morning, the Ministry of Health confirmed a total of 468 new recoveries. In the night report, 12 deaths and 704 new cases were confirmed, bringing the total number of deaths to 445 and confirmed cases to 11,340.[141] Also, President Fernández confirmed that the lockdown in the Greater Buenos Aires would be extended until 7 June due to a big increase in the number of new cases in the previous days.[12]

24 May: The Ministry of Health confirmed 723 new cases and seven new deaths; The number of confirmed cases has risen to 12,063 and the number of total deaths to 452, while the number of recoveries is now 3,719.[142]

25 May: The Ministry of Health announced that 552 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of total confirmed cases to 12,615. 15 new deaths were reported, making the number of deaths rise to 467, and also 267 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 3,986.[143]

26 May: There were 600 new confirmed cases, rising to a total of 13,215. 23 new deaths were also reported, bringing the number of deaths to 490.[144]

Medical responsesEdit

The Ministry of Health summoned health professionals to provide health services in the context of the pandemic, in search of reinforcing the teams made up by the national and provincial governments. This call included nurses, biochemists, physiotherapists and physicians, in particular in the fields of medical clinic, cardiology, pneumonology, adult and pediatric intensive care, emergentology, pediatrics and gneral and/or family medicine. Proposals from professionals from other specialties were also received.[145] Around 4,000 people joined a call from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) to summon volunteers to help on the influenza vaccination campaign, advanced medical students to be in triage in tents near hospitals where the patients will be first checked, volunteers to do a follow-up of isolated patients at home with a confirmed or suspected diagnosis of COVID-19, and volunteers to work on logistics.[146]

 
The "NEOKIT-COVID-19" test was created by Argentine scientists to allow a quick diagnosis of COVID-19.[147]

The ANLIS-Malbrán (National Administration of Laboratories and Health Institutes "Dr. Carlos G. Malbrán") began carrying out 300 daily COVID-19 tests. Later, after 820 confirmed cases were reached, the Ministry of Health started the delivery of 35,000 reactives to expand the number of laboratories for diagnosis to all 24 jurisdictions in order to decentralize the testings,[148] making the number of testings increase over time.[149] Private medical clinics will be able to do up to 7,500 daily tests to decompress the public health system. Previously, the delivery of the diagnostic result was taking four to five days on average for patients in private clinics.[150]

On 17 April, a clinical trial based on plasma donation of recovered patients from COVID-19 was created to find out if the antibodies of a recovered patient could benefit those who are being infected.[151][152] It began on hospitals and hemotherapy centers in Greater Buenos Aires and it is expected to be extended to the rest of the country.[153]

Argentine scientists developed a quick diagnosis test to detect the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), approved by the National Administration of Medicines, Food and Medical Technology (ANMAT in spanish). The test, called "NEOKIT-COVID-19", allows to obtain results in almost an hour and it offers a high degree of sensitivity (which reduces the possibility of false negatives) and specificity (which minimizes the probability of false positives).[147] This test allows testing RNA samples and does not require complex equipment (such as thermal cyclers).[154] It is expected that 10,000 tests would be produced within the first 10 days.[155][156]

Government responsesEdit

First measuresEdit

On 11 March, the government announced a mandatory 14-day-quarantine to every person that returned to Argentina from highly affected countries such as China, South Korea, Japan, Iran, the United States and all of Europe.[34][35]

On 15 March, it was announced that the government would close its borders for a total of 15 days to non-residents and national parks, and the suspension of public and private school classes in all levels and flights from highly affected countries for 30 days.[13]

On 16 March, the province of Tierra del Fuego was put on lockdown, becoming the first province to do so.[47] The provinces of Chaco, Misiones, Salta, Jujuy, Mendoza and Tierra del Fuego also decided to close their borders on 18 March.[51]

Nationwide measuresEdit

 
The announcement of the lockdown by President Alberto Fernández was generally well received, although there were concerns with its economic impact.[157]

Mandatory lockdownEdit

On 19 March, President Alberto Fernández announced a mandatory lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus. It would take effect from 20 March until 31 March.[6] It was among the strictest measures in the region.[7]

The "preventive and mandatory social isolation" included the following measures:[158]

  • Mandatory lockdown for all residents,
  • The move of Malvinas Day from 2 April to 31 March,
  • Allowance of purchases of foods, medicines and first need products,
  • Transit control on the streets by Naval Prefecture, National Gendarmerie and Federal Police,
  • Penalties to those that cannot justify their transit on the streets according to the Penal Code,
  • Exception of the lockdown to state, health, food production, drugs production and oil industry workers and security forces,
  • Creation of a government department that works on the pandemic and economic issues, and
  • Guidelines to relieve the situation for non-formal sector.

On 29 March, Fernández announced that the mandatory lockdown would be extended until 12 April.[8]

The announcement of the lockdown was generally well received, although there were concerns with its economic impact in the already delicate state of Argentina's economy, with analysts predicting at least 3% GDP decrease in 2020.[157][159] Image of Fernández increased during the first weeks of the lockdown according to some surveys,[160] but later suffered a slighly decrease on April due to the prolongation of the lockdown.[161][162][163][164][165] The University of Buenos Aires also made a survey, in which most people agreed to the measures taken by the president.[166]

Fernández announced a one-time emergency payment of 10,000 pesos (US$154) to lower-income individuals whose income was affected by the lockdown, including retirees.[167] Because banks were excluded in the list of businesses that were considered essential in Fernandez's lockdown decree, they remained closed until the Central Bank announced banks would open during a weekend starting on 3 April.[168]

Administrated lockdownEdit

On 10 April, Fernández confirmed that the lockdown would be extended until 26 April under a "new phase"[96] with new authorizations available for workers of some services such as banks, among others.[9]

Geographical segmentationEdit

The third phase of the lockdown was announced on 25 April by president Fernández. The lockdown would resume to workers of private construction, medical and dental care, industry production and online commerce, lawyers, and accountants, among others, in some provinces such as Entre Ríos, Jujuy, La Pampa, Mendoza, Misiones, Neuquén, Salta, San Juan, Santa Cruz and Tucumán, with the respective health protocols.[169] Cities with population over 500,000 inhabitants are still under mandatory lockdown due to the communitary transmission of the virus.[113]

Progressive reopeningEdit

On 8 May, president Fernández announced alongside the City of Buenos Aires' chief of government Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and Buenos Aires Province governor Axel Kicillof, that the national lockdown would enter its fourth phase throughout all the country (with the exception of the Greater Buenos Aires urban area), allowing the reopening of factories and business. The Greater Buenos Aires zone will maintain the geographical segmentation phase due to the amount of cases that are still being registered in the area, but will allow children to go outside accompanied by an adult.[11][170] The lockdown in the Greater Buenos Aires was later extended until 7 June after the number of cases in this area in the previous days showed a big increase.[12][171]

ImpactEdit

HealthcareEdit

On 23 March, Argentina's president Alberto Fernández asked the president of China, Xi Jinping, for 1,500 ventilators as Argentina had only 8,890 available.[172][173]

During the pandemic, more than 400 health professionals were infected, making the 15 percent of the total confirmed cases as of 19 April. According to the Argentinian Intensive Care Society, there are only 1,350 physicians trained for that specialty. Later the Ministry of Health summoned different health professionals, making that number rise over 3,122. The province of Chaco has the worst rate of health professionals infected, with the 52 percent of the total cases of that jurisdiction.[174]

Argentina's health system is also dealing with a Dengue fever outbreak, with more than 14,000 cases since 29 July 2019.[175]

EconomyEdit

Due to the national lockdown, the economical activity suffered a collapse of nearly 10% in March 2020 according to a consultant firm. The highest drop was of the construction sector (32%) versus March 2019. Every economical sector suffered a collapse, with finance, commerce, manufacturing industry and mining being the most affected. The agriculture sector was the least affected, but overall the economic activity for the first trimester of 2020 accumulates a 5% contraction. It is expected that the extension of the lockdown beyond April would increase the collapse of the Argentinian economy.[176] Fernández announced a 700 billion pesos (US$11.1 billion) stimulus package due to the pandemic, worth 2% of the country's GDP.[177][178][157] The country may also have to face its ninth sovereign default in history due to the recession.[179]

On March, the primary fiscal deficit jumped to US$1,394 million, an 857% increase year-to-year. This was due to the public spending to combat the pandemic and the drop in tax collection due to low activity in a context of social isolation.[180]

According to a survey, approximately 143,000 SMEs would not be able to pay salaries and fixed costs for the month, even with government assistance, so they might have to borrow or increase their own capital contribution. 35,000 of these companies are considering to close their business.[181]

TravelEdit

After announced a mandatory quarantine to every person that returned to Argentina from highly affected countries,[34][35] the government closed its borders, ports, and suspended flights.[13][182] The Argentina 2000 airports signed an agreement with the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation to reimburse 100% of the charges originated by the air cargo that enters the country that are directly or indirectly related to the COVID-19.[183]

Since 1 April, the government allowed the return of Argentine residents stranded abroad, with a maximum of 700 passengers per day. Seven border crossings opened temporarily to allow the repatriation of Argentina's inhabitants.[184] Hotels for local tourism closed too, being only open to people staying in a situation of lockdown though the time it lasts. Several tourism-related cities also saw a massive migration from Argentine residents after the announcement of the national lockdown. It was severely criticized by the government.[185]

According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Argentina is expected to loosen its travel ban earlier than the date that was previously announced by the government (1 September).[186]

Social impactEdit

Argentina was reported to be among the countries in the region whose population adhered to the lockdown the most. Apple reported a decrease of 83 percent on vehicular mobility through April 26,[187] although 4,900 people were arrested across the country for violating the lockdown.[188] According to Google, since the lockdown, people movement in restaurants, shopping centers, cinemas and museums dropped by 86 percent, the presence of mobile phones on public transportation dropped 80 percent, and in offices a 57 percent. Meanwhile, the presence in residential zones increased by 27 percent.[189][190]

EducationEdit

Schools and universities closed indefinitely after the president's announcement of the lockdown. In response to the pandemic, classes moved to online distance learning.[191] 14 million students have been affected by the school closures.[192] Later, the government announced that was evaluating how they would open the schools in the future, and that they were working on the distribution of netbooks to students that do not have access to computers. The criteria for distributing them will be based on socioeconomic indicators.[193]

Public transportationEdit

The government imposed a series of measurements for public transportation (taxis, buses and train services) focused on the hygiene of the units and recommendation of travel only if it's essential.[194] Public transportation services offered a Saturday-schedule until the start of the "administrated lockdown" on 13 April. Since this day, all public transportation services returned to the normal schedules, but still maintaining the hygiene measures to prevent the spread of the virus.[195]

On 4 May, the government announced a new protocol that orders that public transportation will only occupy 60 percent of its capacity. The combis and mini-buses services will also begin to work again since the begin of the mandatory lockdown.[196]

MediaEdit

Since the start of the national lockdown, broadcast television saw a 30 percent increase of viewership during the week between 17 and 22 March. The networks increased the airtime of talk shows and news programming, while reality shows were still in production.[197][198][199]

A fundraising special show aimed to the Red Cross for supplying hospitals and health centers aired throughout all six broadcast networks (América TV, Televisión Pública, El Nueve, Telefe, El Trece and NET TV) on 5 April. The show, called "United for Argentina", included celebrities and famous people from the Argentine media. Donations reached a total of 87,938,624 Argentine pesos (ARS).[200]

The only telenovela that was airing on broadcast television before the beginning of the pandemic, Separadas (from El Trece), was removed from the schedule after its 19 March airing and production was suspended temporarily.[201] Two months later, producing company Pol-Ka definitely cancelled the show due to "economic reasons", leaving Argentine television without any scripted programming.[202]

SportsEdit

On 12 March, FIFA announced that the first two rounds of the South American qualification for the 2022 World Cup due to take place in March 2020 were postponed to later dates.[203] The same day, CONMEBOL announced that the Copa Libertadores would be temporarily suspended.[204] Later, on 17 March, CONMEBOL announced that the 2020 edition of Copa América was postponed to 2021.[205]

On 13 March, the 2020 running of Rally Argentina was postponed.[206]

On 15 March, President Fernández announced that, among other measures, he intended to keep soccer matches ongoing but without audience.[207] The first match suspended by the Argentine Football Association (AFA) was between Club Atlético Independiente and Club Villa Mitre from the Copa Argentina. It was supposed to be played on 17 March, but was moved to 1 April.[208] On that same day, all categories of soccer were suspended indefinitely,[209] being the match between Club Atlético Colón and Rosario Central (for the Superliga) the last played, on 16 March.[210] A date for the return of matches has not been yet announced.[211][212]

StatisticsEdit

Data quality issuesEdit

Since 12 March, contrasted data between the numbers reported by the provincial ministries and the total number provided by the national Ministry of Health show differences. This is due to the fact that the ministries are giving their reports at different times throughout the day and also to different criteria regarding the counting of infected: by district of hospitalization or district of residence.[213]

Confirmed cases and deathsEdit

By regionEdit

COVID-19 pandemic in Argentina by region ()

Province Cases[c][d] Deaths[c] Recov.[c][d] Population Cases/mil.[c] Ref.
24    13,215    492    4,336    40,117,096    329   
  Buenos Aires (Autonomous City) 7,474 204 2,009 2,891,082 2,585 [214]
  Buenos Aires (Province) 4,455 203 1,204 15,625,084 285 [215]
  Catamarca 0 0 0 367,828 0 [216]
  Chaco 788 45 315 1,055,259 747 [217]
  Chubut 5 0 3 509,108 10 [218]
  Córdoba 464 29 230 3,308,876 140 [219]
  Corrientes 80 0 78 992,595 81 [220]
  Entre Ríos 29 0 24 1,235,994 23 [221]
  Formosa 0 0 0 530,162 0 [222]
  Jujuy 6 0 5 673,307 9 [223]
  La Pampa 5 0 5 543,184 9 [224]
  La Rioja 63 7 52 333,642 189 [225]
  Mendoza 83 9 65 1,738,929 48 [226]
  Misiones 25 1 24 1,101,593 23 [227]
  Neuquén 123 5 83 551,266 223 [228]
  Río Negro 360 18 272 638,645 564 [229]
  Salta 7 0 4 1,214,441 6 [230]
  San Juan 4 0 2 681,055 6 [231]
  San Luis 10 0 10 432,310 23 [232]
  Santa Cruz 49 0 49 273,964 179 [233]
  Santa Fe 261 3 215 3,194,537 82 [234]
  Santiago del Estero 21 0 15 874,006 24 [235]
  Tierra del Fuego[d] 135 0 99 127,205 1,061 [236]
  Tucumán 47 4 30 1,448,188 32 [237]
Last updated: 27.05.2020, 10:00 (UTC-3) · History of cases: Argentina
Notes
  1. ^ Excluding five confirmed cases on the claimed territory of the Falkland Islands included by the report of the Ministry of Health.
  2. ^ Excluding six new confirmed cases on the claimed territory of the Falkland Islands included by the report of the Ministry of Health.
  3. ^ a b c d The total number is provided by the national Ministry of Health, while the provincial data is from reports from each provincial government.
  4. ^ a b c Excluding confirmed cases on the claimed territory of the Falkland Islands. Since 11 April, the government includes them.

Confirmed cumulative infections (deaths in brackets) by province, according to data from the provincial governments[a]()
since 3 March 2020

Date Aut.
city
Provinces Cases[b]
BA-C BA-P CA CH CB CD CR ER FO JY LP LR MD MI NE RN SA SJ SL SC SF SE TF[c] TU Cml New
Total D NC ND
3 Mar 1 1 1
4 Mar 1 1
5 Mar 2 2 1
6 Mar 6 1[238] 1 8 6
7 Mar 7 (1) 1 1 9 1 1 1
8 Mar 9 (1) 2 1 12 1 3
9 Mar 10 (1) 2 2[239] 1 1 1[240] 17 1 5
10 Mar 11 (1) 3 2 1 1 1 19 1 2
11 Mar 12 (1) 4[241] 2 1 1 1 21 1 2
12 Mar[d] 15
(1)[242]
8[243] 4[244] 3[245] 1 1 31 1 10
13 Mar 17
(1)[246]
9[247] 4
(1)[248]
3[249] 1[250] 1[251] 34 2 3 1
14 Mar 26
(1)[252]
11[42] 5
(1)[253]
3[254] 1 1 1[255] 45 2 11
15 Mar 32
(1)[256]
12[257] 7
(1)[258]
3[259] 1 1[260] 1 2[261] 56 2 11
16 Mar 37
(1)[256]
16[262][e] 11
(1)[46]
3[263] 1[264] 1[265] 1[266] 2[267] 65 2 9
17 Mar 40
(1)[268]
17[269] 12
(1)[270]
4[271] 1[272] 1[273] 2[274] 1[275] 1 1[276] 1 2 79 2 14
18 Mar 53
(2)[277]
23[278] 13
(1)[279]
5[280] 3
[281][f]
1 2 1 1 1 1 2 97[g] 3 19 1
19 Mar 67
(2)[282]
38[283] 15
(1)[284]
8[285] 3 1 3[286] 1 1 1 2[287] 2 1[288] 128 3 31
20 Mar 80
(2)[289]
49[290] 16
(1)[291]
13[292] 1[293] 4[294] 1[295] 2[296] 4[297] 1[298] 1[299] 1 2[300] 1[301] 3[302] 1 158 3 30
21 Mar 113
(2)[303]
64
(1)[304]
21
(1)[305]
17[306] 3[307] 4[308] 1 5[309] 2 5[310] 1[311] 1 1 4[312] 1 6[313] 2[314] 225 4 67 1
22 Mar 127
(2)[315]
72[h]
(1)[316]
28
(1)[317]
25[318] 3 4[319] 1 5[320] [57] 2[321] 5 1 1 1[322] 4[323] 2[58] 6 7[324] 266 4 41
23 Mar 141
(2)[325]
77
(1)[326]
33
(1)[327]
28[328] 3 4 1 5[329] 2 5 1 1 1 17[330] 2 6 7 301 4 36
24 Mar 174
(2)[331]
107
(2)[332]
46
(2)[333]
35[334] 4[335] 4 1 1[336] 5[337] 3[338] 5 1 1 2[339] 19[340] 2 9[341] 7 387 5 86 1
25 Mar 211
(3)[342]
137
(2)[343]
54
(3)[344]
50[345] 4[346] 7[347] 1 1 6[348] 4[349] 5 1 5[350] 8[351] 43[352] 2 11[353] 9[354] 502 8 117 3
26 Mar 262
(4)[355]
164
(4)[356]
58
(4)[357]
53[358] 5[359] 10[360] 3[361] 1 8[362] 7[363] 5 1 6[364] 9[365] 55[366] 2 14[367] 13[368] 589 12 87 4
27 Mar 285
(5)[369]
193[i]
(6)[370]
63
(4)[371]
58[372] 11[373] 10[360] 3 1 9
(1)[374]
1[375] 10[376] 7
(1)[377]
1 6 9[378] 64[379] 3[380] 14[381] 14[382] 690 17 101 5
28 Mar 304
(6)[383]
201
(7)[384]
67
(4)[385]
57[386] 13[387] 10 3 1 9 (1) 2[388] 12[389] 7 (1) 1 1[390] 6 9[391] 77[392] 3 19[393] 14[394] 745 19 55 2
29 Mar 338
(6)[395]
217
(8)[384]
73
(4)[396]
73[397] 16[398] 10[399] 3 3[400] 1 10
(1)[401]
2 15[402] 7 (1) 1 1[403] 6 9 90[404] 3 22[405] 14
(1)[406]
820 20 75 1
30 Mar 366 (6) 253 (8) 86
(4)[407]
80[408] 20[409] 13 3 3 1 12
(1)[410]
2 20 (1) 7 (1) 1 1 6 9 111 3 32 15 (2) 966 24 146 4
31 Mar 387
(7)[411]
270 (9) 91
(5)[412]
96
(1)[413]
21[414] 13 3 3 1 14
(1)[415]
3 24 (1) 8 (1) 1 1[416] 8 9 133 3 39 16 (2) 1054 27 88 3
1 Apr 399 (8) 280 (11) 96 (5) 102 (1) 22 14 3 3 1 25
(2)[417]
3 26 (2) 8 (1) 3 1 8 21 144 (1) 3 39 17 (2) 1133 31 79 4
2 Apr 440 (8) 316
(13)[418]
106
(6)[419]
120
(1)[420]
23 16 5 3 4 25 (3) 3 34
(2)[421]
8
(1)[422]
3 1 9[423] 21[424] 152
(1)[425]
4[426] 63 21 (2) 1265 36 132 5
3 Apr 472 (8) 338 (16) 115
(7)[427]
134
(1)[428]
23 18 5 3 4 27
(4)[429]
3 35
(2)[430]
10
(1)[431]
3 1 9[j][423] 22[432] 160
(1)[433]
4 64[434] 21
(2)[435]
1353 42 88 6
4 Apr 520 (8) 364 (17) 121 (7) 138 (1) 23 18 5 3 6 29
(4)[436]
3 43
(2)[437]
14
(1)[438]
3 1 9 23[439] 165 (1) 4[440] 72 22 (2) 1451 43 98 1
5 Apr 564 (9) 397
(18)[441]
121
(7)[442]
143
(2)[443]
25[444] 19[445] 5 3 8 31
(4)[446]
3 54
(2)[447]
17
(1)[448]
3 1 10[449] 23[450] 176
(1)[451]
4 75[452] 22
(2)[453]
1554 46 103 3
6 Apr 588 (14) 409
(20)[454]
124 (7)[455] 150
(2)[456]
26[457] 19 5 3 9 31
(4)[458]
3 55
(3)[459]
25
(1)[460]
3[461] 1 10[462] 23 184
(1)[463]
10 77 27
(2)[464]
1628 53 74 7
7 Apr 622 (16) 443 (24) 140
(7)[465]
154
(2)[466]
26[467] 20[468] 5 3 9 33
(4)[469]
3 60
(3)[470]
28
(1)[471]
3 1 10[472] 31[473] 187
(1)[474]
9[k] 79 28 (2) 1715 60 87 7
8 Apr 648 (18) 460 (25) 148 (7) 155 (2) 27[475] 20 5 4 9 41
(4)[476]
3 84
(4)[477]
35
(1)[478]
3 1 10 31 189 (1) 9 81 28 (3) 1795 65 80 5
9 Apr 674 (23) 488 (32) 156 (8) 160 (2) 31 22 5 4 14 49
(4)[479]
3 88 (4) 40[480]
(2)[l]
3 1 10 31 196 (2) 9 81 29 (3) 1894 79 99 14
10 Apr 708 (24) 507 (33) 161
(8)[481]
173
(2)[482]
31[483] 22 5 5 14 54
(4)[484]
3 89
(4)[485]
52
(2)[486]
3 1 10 37 197 (2) 9 83 29 (3) 1975 82 81 3
11 Apr 749 (26) 544 (37) 177
(8)[487]
205
(2)[488]
31 22 5 5 18 56
(4)[489]
3 90
(4)[490]
71
(2)[491]
3 2 10 40 200 (2) 12 86 30 (3) 2137 89 162 6
12 Apr 772 (27) 586 (40) 178 (8) 205
(3)[492]
31 21[m] 5 5 19 57
(4)[493]
3 93
(4)[494]
78 (2) 3 2 10 40 203 (2) 12 90 30 (3) 2203 94 66 5
13 Apr 785 (28) 601 (41) 199
(8)[495]
215
(4)[496]
31 21 5 5 22 59
(4)[497]
3 94
(4)[498]
86
(2)[499]
3 2 10 40 205 (2) 12 94 30 (3) 2272 98 69 3
14 Apr 806 (30) 667 (43) 209
(9)[500]
226
(5)[501]
31[502] 21 5 5 28 62
(5)[503]
3 96
(4)[504]
101
(3)[505]
3 2 10 40 207 (2) 12 96 30 (3) 2432 105 160 7
15 Apr 841 (34) 729 (44) 226
(9)[506]
1[507] 232
(6)[508]
31 21 5 5 34
(1)[509]
63
(6)[510]
3 96
(4)[511]
106
(3)[512]
4 2 10 40 209 (2) 12 99 30 (3) 2560 112 128 7
16 Apr 863 (37) 759 (49) 226
(10)[513]
2 244
(6)[514]
32[515] 22 5 5 34 (1) 68
(6)[516]
3 96
(4)[517]
115 (3) 3[k] 2 10 40 212 (2) 12 106 30 (3) 2658 122 98 10
17 Apr 880 (38) 794 (52) 237
(10)[518]
1[k] 250
(6)[519]
32 22 5 5 35 (2) 68
(7)[520]
4 99
(4)[521]
119
(3)[522]
3 2 10 40 218 (2) 12 108 30 (3) 2747 129 89 7
18 Apr 905
(48)[523]
825 (54) 246
(10)[524]
1 252
(6)[525]
32 22 5 5 35 (2) 69
(7)[526]
5 101
(4)[527]
126
(3)[528]
3 2 10 40 221 (2) 12 108 30 (3) 2828 132 81 3
19 Apr 919
(49)[529]
873 (55) 251
(10)[530]
2 263
(7)[531]
32 22 5 5 39 (2) 70
(7)[532]
5 102
(4)[533]
130
(3)[534]
3 2 10 40 222 (2) 12 111 30 (3) 2930 134 102 2
20 Apr 954
(50)[535]
915 (55) 258 (11) 2 263
(9)[536]
35[537] 22 5 5 39 (2) 70
(8)[538]
5 105
(4)[539]
144
(6)[540]
3 2 10 41 224 (2) 12 111 31 (3) 3020 142 90 8
21 Apr 1001
(50)[541]
975 (59) 267
(11)[542]
2 264
(9)[543]
35 22 5 5 40 (4) 70 (8) 5 106
(4)[544]
158
(6)[545]
3 2 10 41 225 (2) 12 112 31 (3) 3133 151 113 9
22 Apr 1044
(58)[546]
1036 (64) 273
(11)[547]
2 268
(10)[548]
36[549] 22 5 5 45 (4) 70 (8) 5 107
(4)[550]
169
(6)[551]
3 2 10 41 230 (2) 12 112 35 (3) 3276 159 143 8
23 Apr 1095 (59) 1120 (68) 281 (11) 2 270
(10)[552]
40[553] 22 5 5 45 (4) 70
(9)[554]
5 107
(4)[555]
173
(6)[556]
3 2 10 41 236 (2) 12 113 35 (3) 3423 165 147 6
24 Apr 1202 (63) 1181 (72) 285 (12) 2 272
(11)[557]
40 22 5 5 47 (4) 70 (9) 6 (1) 107 (4) 178
(6)[558]
3 2 10 42 239 (2) 12 114 34[k]
(3)
3595 176 172 11
25 Apr 1260 (69) 1275 (74) 298
(12)[559]
2 273
(12)[560]
47[561] 22 5 5 50 (5) 70 (9) 6 (1) 108 (4) 184 (7) 3 2 10 42 242 (2) 13 117 34 (3) 3767 185 172 9
26 Apr 1303 (69) 1331 (76) 302 (12) 2 276 (12) 47 23 5 5 50 (5) 70 (9) 6 (1) 111 (4) 189 (7) 4 2 10 43 242 (2) 15 117 35 (3) 3879 192 112 7
27 Apr 1347 (73) 1381 (77) 310 (13) 2 277 (13) 47 23 5 5 50 (5) 70 (9) 8 (1) 111 (4) 193 (7) 4 2 10 48 242 (2) 15 118 35 (3) 3990 197 111 5
28 Apr 1423 (73)[562] 1429 (83) 312
(14)[563]
2 279 (14)[564] 48[565] 23 5 5 51 (5) 71
(9)[566]
8 (1) 111
(5)[567]
206 (7) 4 2 10 48 243 (2) 15 124 36 (3) 4114 207 124 10
29 Apr 1525 (79) 1532 (85) 315 (14) 2 279 (14) 49 23 5 5 52 (5) 74
(9)[568]
12 (1) 114
(6)[569]
214 (8) 4 2 10 48 243 (2) 15 124 36 (3) 4272 214 158 7
30 Apr 1565 (81) 1598 (87) 318 (14) 2 282 (14) 50 23 5 5 52 (5) 79
(9)[570]
12 (1) 114 (6) 228 (8) 4 2 10 49 243 (2) 15 126 38 (3) 4415 218 143 4
1 May 1614
(86)[571]
1632 (90) 329
(17)[572]
3 295
(14)[573]
50[574] 25 5 5 55 (5) 79 (9) 12 (1) 114
(6)[575]
236 (8) 4 2 10 49 243 (2) 15 127 38 (3) 4519 225 105 7
2 May 1673 (93) 1677 (92) 340 (18) 4 307 (15) 50 25 5 5 55 (5) 79 (9) 24 (1) 114 (6) 242 (8) 4 2 10 49 243 (2) 15 130 38 (3) '4668 237 149 12
3 May 1721 (94) 1715 (95) 346
(19)[576]
4 308 (16) 50 27 5 5 55 (5) 79 (9) 24 (1) 114 (6) 248 (9) 4 2 10 49 243 (2) 15 132 38 (3) 4770 246 103 9
4 May 1766[577]
(100)
1753 (102) 349 (19) 4 314
(18)[578]
50 27 5 5 56 (5) 80
(9)[579]
25 (1) 114 (6) 255 (9) 4 2 10 49 243 (2) 15 132 41 (3) 4874 260 104 14
5 May 1862 (102) 1811 (103) 361 (19) 4 315 (20) 50 28 5 5 56 (5) 80 (9) 25 (1) 114 (6) 259 (9) 4 2 10 49 244 (2) 15 132 41 (3) 5007 264 134 4
6 May 1961[580]
(104)
1874 (108) 369
(20)[581]
4 321 (20) 54[582] 28 5 5 57 (5) 80 (9) 25 (1) 114 (6) 265 (10) 4 2 10 49 244 (2) 15 132 41 (3) 5195 273 188 9
7 May 2081[583]
(106)
1924 (114) 395
(20)[584]
4 324
(20)[585]
55[586] 28 5 5 58 (5) 81
(9)[587]
25 (1) 114
(6)[588]
268
(10)[589]
4 3 10 49 244
(3)[590]
15 132 41 (3) 5358 282 163 9
8 May 2211[591]
(113)
2001[592]
(122)
421
(20)[593]
4 326
(20)[594]
55 28 5 5 59 (5) 81 (9) 25 (1) 114 (6) 270 (10) 4 3 10 49 244 (3) 15 132 41 (3) 5598 293 240 11
9 May 2329[595]
(116)
2061 (126) 430
(20)[596]
4 332
(20)[597]
55 28 5 5 59 (5) 81 (9) 25 (1) 115
(6)[598]
274 (10) 4 3 10 49 244 (3) 15 133 41 (3) 5763 300 165 7
10 May 2522[599]
(119)
2112 (129) 462
(21)[600]
4 337
(20)[601]
78[602] 28 5 5 59 (5) 81 (9) 25 (1) 115 (6) 276 (10) 4 3 10 49 244 (3) 16 135 41 (3) 6021 305 258 5
11 May 2701[603]
(123)
2156 (133) 479
(22)[604]
4 351
(22)[605]
78 28 5 5 60 (5) 81 (9) 25
(1)[606]
115 (6) 289
(11)[607]
4 3 10 49 244 (3) 16 135 42
(3)[608]
6265 314 244 9
12 May 2871[609]
(126)
2236 (135) 480
(23)[610]
4 354
(22)[611]
78 29[612] 5 5 60 (5) 82
(9)[613]
25 (1) 115 (6) 290 (11) 5 3 10 49 244 (3) 16 135 42 (3) 6550 319 285 5
13 May 3087 (132) 2332 (139) 507
(24)[614]
4 365
(23)[615]
78 29 5 5 60 (5) 82 (9) 25 (1) 117
(6)[616]
294 (11) 5 3 10 49 244 (3) 16 135 42 (3) 6866 329 316 10
14 May 3239[617]
(142)
2411 (150) 518
(25)[618]
4 370
(24)[619]
78 29[620] 5 5 60 (5) 82 (9) 25 (1) 114[n]
(5)[621]
298 (12) 5 3 10 49 244 (3) 16 135 42 (3) 7121 353 255 24
15 May 3495[622]
(142)
2497 (153) 556
(27)[623]
4 373
(24)[624]
78 29 5 5 60
(7)[625]
82 (9) 25 (1) 114 (5) 315 (12) 5 3 10 49 244 (3) 16 135 42 (4) 7466 356 345 3
16 May 3706 (147) 2594 (155) 573
(30)[626]
4 382
(24)[627]
78 29 5 5 61
(7)[628]
82 (9) 25 (1) 114 (5) 321 (12) 5 3 10 49 245
(3)[629]
16 135 42 (4) 7805 363 326 7
17 May 3928[630]
(150)
2668[631]
(160)
595
(30)[632]
4 402
(26)[633]
78[634] 29 5 5 63
(7)[635]
82 (9) 25 (1) 114 (5) 323 (12) 5 3 10 49 245 (3) 16 135 42 (4) 8055 373 263 10
18 May 4130[636]
(155)
2761 (161) 620
(35)[637]
4 422
(26)[638]
78 29 5 5 63 (7) 82 (9) 25 (1) 114 (5) 325
(13)[639]
5 4[640] 10 49 249
(3)[641]
21[642] 135 42 (4) 8358 382 303 9
19 May 4404 (160) 2918 (163) 640 (35) 4 431 (26) 78 29 5 5 63 (7) 82 (9) 25 (1) 114 (5) 331
(14)[643]
5 4 10 49 249 (3) 21 135 42 (4) 8796 393 438 11
20 May 4718[644]
(162)
3096 (168) 675
(38)[645]
4 433
(27)[646]
78 29 5 5 63 (7) 82 (9) 25 (1) 114 (5) 333
(14)[647]
5 4 10 49 251
(3)[648]
21 135 42 (4) 9270 403 474 10
21 May 5200[649]
(168)
3309 (177) 703
(38)[650]
4 445
(27)[651]
78 29 5 5 63 (7) 83
(9)[652]
25 (1) 114 (5) 336
(14)[653]
6[654] 4 10 49 254
(3)[655]
21 135 43
(4)[656]
9918 416 648 13
22 May 5677[657]
(180)
3575[658]
(181)
729
(41)[659]
4 454
(28)[660]
78 29 5 5 63 (7) 83 (9) 25 (1) 115
(5)[661]
342
(17)[662]
7[663] 4 10 49 258
(3)[664]
21 135 43 (4) 10636 433 718 17
23 May 6146[665]
(185)
3864[666]
(185)
748
(42)[667]
4 454
(28)[668]
78 29 5 5 63 (7) 83 (9) 25 (1) 115 (5) 347
(17)[669]
7 4 10 49 258 (3) 21 135 46
(4)[670]
11340 445 704 12
24 May 6660[671]
(189)
4060
(186)
755
(43)[672]
4 460
(28)[673]
78 29 5 5 63 (7) 83 (9) 25 (1) 115 (5) 352
(17)[674]
7 4 10 49 260
(3)[675]
21 135 45[k]
(4)[676]
12063 452 723 7
25 May 7153[677]
(196)
4219[678]
(193)
767
(45)[679]
4 463
(29)[680]
78 29 6[681] 5 63 (7) 83 (9) 25 (1) 116
(5)[682]
356
(18)[683]
7 4 10 49 259[k]
(3)[684]
21 135 47
(4)[685]
12615 467 552 15
26 May 7474[686]
(204)
4455[687]
(203)
788
(45)[688]
5[689] 464
(29)[690]
80[691] 29 6 5 63 (7) 83 (9) 25 (1) 123
(5)[692]
360
(18)[693]
7 4 10 49 261
(3)[694]
21 135 47 (4) 13215 490 600 23
Date BA-C BA-P CA CH CB CD CR ER FO JY LP LR MD MI NE RN SA SJ SL SC SF SE TF[c] TU Total D NC ND
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Notes:
  1. ^ The national Ministry of Health didn't give the precise location of each one of the infected, notably with the ten new infected in the daily report of 12 March. Also didn't give the cumulative cases separated by province in its daily report until 29 March.
  2. ^ a b According to the numbers provided by the national Ministry of Health.
  3. ^ a b Excluding confirmed cases in the claimed territory of the Falkland Islands. Since 11 April, the Ministry of Health includes them as part of the Tierra del Fuego Province.
  4. ^ Since this day, contrasted data between the numbers reported by the provincial ministries and the total number provided by the national Ministry of Health show differences. This is probably due to the fact that the ministries are giving their reports at different times throughout the day. And also to different criteria regarding the counting of infected: by district of hospitalization or district of residence.
  5. ^ According to the Ministry of Health of Buenos Aires Province there was 16 cases this day in the district. But that night a conflict was reported regarding the differences between the counting criteria of the province and of the National Government. Considering the criteria of the National Government, the number of cases should be 13, as reported that night by La Nación. But since, in the daily reports by the province, the number of new cases is consistent with the number of 12 provided by the province.
  6. ^ Since this week, the Government of the Province of Entre Ríos seems to be including as own the case of an infected person from Gualeguay hospitalized in the City of Buenos Aires and announced on 12 March. That's why although this day was reported a second case in the province (the first was announced on 17 March), the number is three.
  7. ^ One case of the 14 new reported the day before was reclassified, bringing the total to 97.
  8. ^ Since this day, there are no official reports from the Ministry of Health of the Province of Buenos Aires, so the numbers are based on those provided by the national Ministry of Health.
  9. ^ The report of the national Ministry of Health of the night on 27 March adjudicates 36 new cases to the Province of Buenos Aires, according to which the total number of infected in the province should be 200, but the report says some cases were reclassified. This number of 193 infected, is calculated from the national report of 28 March, who says in the province there are eight more cases, compared to the 27 March, and from the national report of 29 March, that the Minister of Health of the Province echoed, and says that the province have 217 confirmed cumulative cases, and 16 more than 28 March.
  10. ^ The nightly report of the national Ministry of Health of 3 April adjudicates 1 new case to the Province of San Luis, but the province does not count this case as their own and adjudicates it to the Province of Cordoba.
  11. ^ a b c d e f One case was reclassified.
  12. ^ The report of the Government of the Province of Río Negro confirms a new death in the province on this day, but it was not announced by the national Ministry of Health until April 10.
  13. ^ One case counted until 11 April in the Province of Entre Ríos was updated and adjudicated to the Province of Buenos Aires.
  14. ^ Since this day, the Government of the Province of Neuquén includes cases only from residents of the province. Previously, the daily reports provided by the government of Neuquén counted all cases hospitalised in the province, including those from patients whose residence was from other provinces.

By gender and ageEdit

ChartsEdit

The graphs show the development of the pandemic starting from 3 March 2020.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  255. ^ "Se estudian 10 posibles casos de coronavirus en Santa Fe: 9 en Rosario y 1 en La Capital". El Litoral (in Spanish). 15 March 2020. Retrieved 15 March 2020.
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  258. ^ "Capitanich anunció suspensión de clases, plataforma educativa digital y supervisión de casos sospechosos por coronavirus" (in Spanish). Government of the Province of Chaco. 15 March 2020. Retrieved 15 March 2020.
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  262. ^ "Confirman otros cuatro casos de coronavirus en provincia de Buenos Aires y son 16 los afectados" (in Spanish). Télam. 16 March 2020. Retrieved 16 March 2020.
  263. ^ "Córdoba dispuso el asueto para la administración pública". redaccionaltagracia.com.ar (in Spanish). 16 March 2020. Retrieved 16 March 2020. Sólo hay tres confirmados en Córdoba
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  275. ^ "PRIMER CASO CONFIRMADO DE COVID 19 EN SALTA, IMPORTADO DE ESPAÑA". El Tribuno (in Spanish). 18 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020. Se conoció ayer alrededor de las 18 el primer caso de coronavirus en Salta
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  283. ^ "Detectan 15 nuevos casos en la provincia de Buenos Aires y son 38 los afectados" (in Spanish). Télam. 19 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
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  286. ^ "Un hombre de 56 años es el tercer caso confirmado de coronavirus en Río Negro". diariojornada.com.ar (in Spanish). 20 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  287. ^ @GobSantaFe (19 March 2020). "Informe:Hasta el momento, tenemos 2 personas con #Coronavirus (COVID-19) en Rosario. La primera es la informada el pasado sábado y la segunda ha dado positivo hoy" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
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  289. ^ @gcba (20 March 2020). "Informe al viernes 20 de marzo, a las 20:45 horas: se confirmaron 13 nuevos casos de coronavirus en la Ciudad. El número total de infectados asciende a 80 y 25 pacientes ya fueron dados de alta" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  290. ^ "Nación informó 9 infectados más en la Provincia y se abrió un debate por la cifra oficial". La Tecla (in Spanish). 20 March 2020. Retrieved 22 March 2020.
  291. ^ "CAPITANICH: "NOS ESTAMOS PREPARANDO PARA ENFRENTAR ESCENARIOS DE MAYOR CRITICIDAD"" (in Spanish). Government of the Province of Chaco. 20 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  292. ^ "Reporte de acciones para prevenir el coronavirus" (in Spanish). Government of the Province of Córdoba. 20 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  293. ^ "Confirman el primer caso de Coronavirus en Corrientes". El Litoral (Corrientes) (in Spanish). 20 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  294. ^ "Un adulto en "estricto aislamiento" es el cuarto contagiado con coronavirus en Entre Ríos" (in Spanish). Télam. 20 March 2020. Retrieved 22 March 2020.
  295. ^ "Informe COE Nro 10" (in Spanish). Jujuy Provincial Press Office. 20 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  296. ^ "Coronavirus: nuevo comunicado del Comité de Emergencia Provincial 20/03/2020 – 22:00" (in Spanish). Ministry of Health of the Province of Neuquén. 20 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  297. ^ "Parte de prensa situación por Coronavirus" (in Spanish). Government of the Province of Río Negro. 20 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  298. ^ "Hasta el momento un sólo caso de coronavirus en Salta" (in Spanish). Government of Salta Province. 20 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  299. ^ "Un sanluiseño con coronavirus está aislado en Córdoba: "El paciente nunca fue sospechado por nuestro sistema de salud, en San luis solo existen hoy tres casos sospechosos"" (in Spanish). Agencia de Noticias San Luis. 21 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020. el paciente reportado erróneamente como último positivo en San Luis, es un hombre oriundo de Villa Mercedes que fue atendido en Río Cuarto, Córdoba, y en consecuencia pertenece a la nómina de infectados del distrito mediterráneo
  300. ^ "Parte MSSF Coronavirus 20-03-2020 18 HS" (PDF) (in Spanish). Ministry of Health of the Province of Santa Fe. 20 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  301. ^ Rodríguez, Leonel Alberto (20 March 2020). "Santiago del Estero: tiene coronavirus el joven que obligó a aislar dos ciudades". La Nación (in Spanish). Retrieved 21 March 2020. Se trata del primer caso positivo de coronavirus en la provincia de Santiago del Estero.
  302. ^ Zúñiga, María del Valle (20 March 2020). "Se confirmó un nuevo caso de Coronavirus en Tierra del Fuego". viapais.com.ar (in Spanish). Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  303. ^ @gcba (21 March 2020). "Informe al sábado 21 de marzo a las 21:35 horas: se confirmaron 33 nuevos casos de coronavirus en la Ciudad. El número total de infectados es de 113 y 27 personas fueron dadas de alta" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  304. ^ "Se confirmaron 15 nuevos casos de coronavirus en la Provincia". La Tecla (in Spanish). 21 March 2020. Retrieved 22 March 2020.
  305. ^ "Coronavirus: Se confirmaron cinco nuevos casos de contacto estrecho con paciente positivo". Chaco TV (in Spanish). 21 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  306. ^ "Informe diario Coronavirus: Apross suma servicio de telemedicina" (in Spanish). Government of the Province of Córdoba. 21 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020. El Instituto Malbrán confirmó 4 nuevos casos de COVID – 19 en la Provincia de Córdoba, llegando a 17 personas afectadas por esta patología.
  307. ^ "Suman 3 los casos de coronavirus en Corrientes". El Litoral (Corrientes) (in Spanish). 21 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  308. ^ "La policía profundiza los controles para hacer cumplir el aislamiento" (in Spanish). Secretariat of Communication of the Government of Entre Ríos. 21 March 2020. Retrieved 22 March 2020. hasta el mediodía de este sábado la provincia tiene confirmados cuatro casos de Covid 19
  309. ^ "Alerta: confirman cuatro casos más de coronavirus y ya son 5 en Mendoza". Los Andes (in Spanish). 21 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020. El gobierno de Mendoza confirmó esta noche cuatro casos más de coronavirus en Mendoza y se suman al ya anunciado esta mañana: los 5 pacientes infectados cambian drásticamente la situación en nuestra provincia, donde hasta ayer no se había encontrado ningún enfermo.
  310. ^ "Coronavirus: parte de prensa (21/03 - 19hs)" (in Spanish). Government of the Province of Río Negro. 21 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020. De esta forma, Río Negro tiene un caso curado, cuatro positivos todos de Cipolletti e internados en Neuquén
  311. ^ "Coronavirus: Salta mantiene estable su situación epidemiológica" (in Spanish). Government of Salta Province. 21 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  312. ^ @GobSantaFe (21 March 2020). "Informe: Hasta el momento, 4 personas con #Coronavirus (COVID-19) en la provincia. 2 en Rosario, 1 en Rafaela y 1 en Santa Fe. Además, contamos con 112 notificaciones de las cuales 52 fueron descartadas y 56 personas están esperando el resultado" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
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  314. ^ "Confirman el segundo caso de coronavirus en Tucumán" (in Spanish). Secretariat of State for Public Communication of Tucumán. 21 March 2020. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  315. ^ @gcba (22 March 2020). "Informe al domingo 22 de marzo a las 23:30 horas: se confirmaron 14 casos nuevos de coronavirus en la Ciudad. El número total de infectados asciende a 127 y 38 pacientes ya recibieron el alta" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  316. ^ "#CORONAVIRUS CUARENTENA BONAERENSE DÍA 3: 8 nuevos casos positivos en la Provincia, y el total llega a 72". lanoticia1.com (in Spanish). 22 March 2020. Retrieved 23 March 2020.
  317. ^ "Coronavirus: Chaco confirmó siete nuevos casos positivos". Chaco TV (in Spanish). 22 March 2020. Retrieved 23 March 2020.
  318. ^ "El Comité de acción sanitaria actualizó información de casos" (in Spanish). Government of the Province of Córdoba. 22 March 2020. Retrieved 23 March 2020. Hasta el momento hay 325 casos sospechosos notificados, 25 de ellos son confirmados
  319. ^ "Reiteran la importancia de guardar aislamiento para aplanar la curva de crecimiento del coronavirus" (in Spanish). Secretariat of Communication of the Government of Entre Ríos. 22 March 2020. Retrieved 23 March 2020. Garcilazo informó que hasta la fecha hay cuatro casos confirmados de Coronavirus
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  322. ^ "Caleta Olivia y Las Heras suman dos nuevos casos sospechosos de coronavirus en Santa Cruz". laopinionaustral.com.ar (in Spanish). 22 March 2020. Retrieved 23 March 2020. El Ministerio de Salud y Ambiente informa que al momento, Santa Cruz tiene un caso positivo de Coronavirus
  323. ^ @GobSantaFe (22 March 2020). "Informe 22.03: Hasta el momento, 4 personas con #Coronavirus (COVID-19) en la provincia. 2 en Rosario, 1 en Rafaela y 1 en Santa Fe. Además, contamos con 117 notificaciones de las cuales 59 fueron descartadas y 54 personas están esperando el resultado" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  324. ^ "Confirmaron cinco nuevos casos de coronavirus en Tucumán" (in Spanish). Secretariat of State for Public Communication of Tucumán. 22 March 2020. Retrieved 23 March 2020.
  325. ^ @gcba (23 March 2020). "Informe al lunes 23 de marzo a las 23:05 horas: se confirmaron 15 casos nuevos de coronavirus en la Ciudad. La cifra total de infectados es de 141 y 43 personas recibieron el alta" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  326. ^ "#CORONAVIRUS CUARENTENA BONAERENSE DÍA 4: Cinco nuevos casos en Provincia, nueva app de autotest y salario de emergencia". lanoticia1.com (in Spanish). 23 March 2020. Retrieved 24 March 2020.
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  329. ^ "Coronavirus:Comunicado del Ministerio de Salud, Desarrollo Social y Deportes" (in Spanish). Mendoza Provincial Press Office. 23 March 2020. Retrieved 24 March 2020.
  330. ^ "Se eleva a 17 la cantidad de casos positivos de coronavirus en Santa Fe". El Litoral (in Spanish). 24 March 2020. Retrieved 24 March 2020.
  331. ^ "Actualización de los casos de coronavirus en la Ciudad" (in Spanish). Government of the City of Buenos Aires. 25 March 2020. Archived from the original on 25 March 2020.
  332. ^ "#CORONAVIRUS CUARENTENA BONAERENSE DÍA 5: Dos muertes que ya suman seis e historias de varados en el exterior". lanoticia1.com (in Spanish). 24 March 2020. Retrieved 31 March 2020.
  333. ^ @ChacoSalud (24 March 2020). "Compartimos los datos actualizados de la provincia" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  334. ^ @gobdecordoba (24 March 2020). "Hay 414 casos notificados, de los cuales 35 están confirmados: 27 importados (Italia, España, EE.UU, Brasil e Inglaterra), 8 con transmisión local por contacto estrecho, sin evidencia de transmisión comunitaria. Se descartaron 253 y 126 están en estudio (5 altamente sospechosos)" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  335. ^ "Corrientes sumó su cuarto caso de coronavirus". El Litoral (Corrientes) (in Spanish). 24 March 2020. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  336. ^ "Se confirmó el primer caso de coronavirus en La Pampa" (in Spanish). Ministry of Health of La Pampa. 24 March 2020. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  337. ^ "Coronavirus: Comunicado del Ministerio de Salud, Desarrollo Social y Deportes" (in Spanish). Mendoza Provincial Press Office. 24 March 2020. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  338. ^ "Qué se sabe del tercer caso positivo de coronavirus en Neuquén". lmneuquen.com (in Spanish). 24 March 2020. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  339. ^ "Confirman el segundo caso de coronavirus en Santa Cruz". laopinionaustral.com.ar (in Spanish). 24 March 2020. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  340. ^ "El Ministerio de Salud confirmó que hay 19 casos positivos de coronavirus en la provincia de Santa Fe". La Capital (in Spanish). 24 March 2020. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  341. ^ @GobiernoTDF (24 March 2020). "De acuerdo con las cifras oficiales notificadas al Ministerio de Salud, en la Provincia se confirmaron 3 nuevos casos positivos y uno negativo de COVID-19" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  342. ^ "Actualización de los casos de coronavirus en la Ciudad" (in Spanish). Government of the City of Buenos Aires. 26 March 2020. Archived from the original on 26 March 2020.
  343. ^ "#CORONAVIRUS CUARENTENA BONAERENSE DÍA 6: Inicio de transmisión comunitaria, el caso del surfista y camioneros piden ayuda". lanoticia1.com (in Spanish). 25 March 2020. Retrieved 31 March 2020.
  344. ^ @ChacoSalud (25 March 2020). "Compartimos los datos actualizados hasta las 22.30" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  345. ^ "Informe diario de casos COVID-19" (in Spanish). Government of the Province of Córdoba. 25 March 2020. Retrieved 28 March 2020.
  346. ^ @CorrientesGob (26 March 2020). "Parte oficial sobre la situación del Dengue y el Coronavirus en la provincia" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  347. ^ "Malbran confirmó tres nuevos casos de COVID en Entre Ríos" (in Spanish). Secretariat of Communication of the Government of Entre Ríos. 25 March 2020. Retrieved 30 March 2020. la cifra de infectados en la provincia suma siete
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  349. ^ "Coronavirus: nuevo comunicado del Comité de Emergencia Provincial 25/03/2020 – 22:00" (in Spanish). Ministry of Health of the Province of Neuquén. 25 March 2020. Retrieved 30 March 2020. se notificó un (1) nuevo caso confirmado de Coronavirus (COVID-19), de la provincia del Neuquén
  350. ^ "Coronavirus: confirmaron cuatro casos positivos en la provincia" (in Spanish). Agencia de Noticias San Luis. 25 March 2020. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  351. ^ "Nadalich: "Santa Cruz tiene un total de ocho casos positivos al momento"" (in Spanish). Government of the Province of Santa Cruz. 26 March 2020. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  352. ^ "Situación actual de los casos descartados, confirmados y sospechosos en estudio de Coronavirus. Provincia de Santa Fe. Informe 9hs. de fecha 26/03/2020. Distribución de los casos según residencia habitual y clasificación" (PDF) (in Spanish). Ministry of Health of the Province of Santa Fe. 26 March 2020. Retrieved 28 March 2020.
  353. ^ @GobiernoTDF (25 March 2020). "Los 11 casos positivos son de la ciudad de Ushuaia" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  354. ^ @MSALUDTUC (25 March 2020). "Se informa que ya se registran 2 nuevos casos Positivos de #Coronavirus, sumando un total 9 en la provincia" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  355. ^ "Actualización de los casos de coronavirus en la Ciudad" (in Spanish). Government of the City of Buenos Aires. 27 March 2020. Archived from the original on 27 March 2020.
  356. ^ "Confirmaron 4 nuevas muertes por coronavirus en la Argentina y el total de víctimas fatales asciende a 12". Infobae (in Spanish). 26 March 2020. Retrieved 31 March 2020.
  357. ^ @ChacoSalud (26 March 2020). "Compartimos la última actualización del día" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  358. ^ "COVID-19: informe diario de casos" (in Spanish). Government of the Province of Córdoba. 26 March 2020. Retrieved 28 March 2020. En la provincia de Córdoba el total de casos notificados es de 632, de los cuales 53 son confirmados
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  361. ^ "Informe N° 16 COE" (in Spanish). Jujuy Provincial Press Office. 26 March 2020. Retrieved 29 March 2020. Asimismo, confirmó 2 casos positivos de coronavirus, por lo que totalizan 3 en Jujuy.
  362. ^ "Coronavirus: Comunicado del Ministerio de Salud, Desarrollo Social y Deportes de Mendoza" (in Spanish). Mendoza Provincial Press Office. 26 March 2020. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  363. ^ "Coronavirus: nuevo comunicado del Comité de Emergencia Provincial 26/03/2020 – 20:00" (in Spanish). Ministry of Health of the Province of Neuquén. 26 March 2020. Retrieved 30 March 2020. se notificaron tres (3) nuevos casos confirmados de Coronavirus
  364. ^ "Coronavirus: confirman un nuevo caso positivo en la provincia" (in Spanish). Agencia de Noticias San Luis. 26 March 2020. Retrieved 29 March 2020. En cuanto a los pacientes positivos en coronavirus, el jefe de Estado puntano remarcó que a la fecha hubo seis casos. Uno ya recibió el alta domiciliaria
  365. ^ "Saber para prevenir: Jueves 26 de marzo | Actualización 22 horas" (in Spanish). Government of the Province of Santa Cruz. 26 March 2020. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  366. ^ @GobSantaFe (26 March 2020). "Informe: Tenemos confirmadas 55 personas con #Coronavirus positivo en Santa Fe. Son 12 nuevas respecto al parte anterior" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  367. ^ @GobiernoTDF (26 March 2020). "En total se notificaron 84 casos al Sistema Nacional de Vigilancia de la Salud, donde 14 resultaron positivos, todos pertenecientes a la ciudad de Ushuaia" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  368. ^ "Situación COVID-19 en Tucumán" (in Spanish). Ministry of Public Health of Tucumán. 27 March 2020. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  369. ^ "Actualización de los casos de coronavirus en la Ciudad" (in Spanish). Government of the City of Buenos Aires. 28 March 2020. Archived from the original on 28 March 2020.
  370. ^ "#CORONAVIRUS CUARENTENA BONAERENSE DÍA 9: 8 nuevos casos, segunda muerte en Mar del Plata y más distritos que cierran sus accesos". lanoticia1.com (in Spanish). 28 March 2020. Retrieved 31 March 2020.
  371. ^ @ChacoSalud (27 March 2020). "La ministra de Salud @drapaolabenitez informó que hasta hoy a las 20 hs fueron confirmados 63 casos positivos de #coronavirus en Chaco" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  372. ^ "Informe diario de casos COVID-19" (in Spanish). Government of the Province of Córdoba. 27 March 2020. Retrieved 28 March 2020.
  373. ^ @CorrientesGob (28 March 2020). "Parte oficial sobre la situación del Dengue y el Coronavirus en la provincia" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  374. ^ "Coronavirus: Comunicado del Ministerio de Salud, Desarrollo Social y Deportes de Mendoza" (in Spanish). Mendoza Provincial Press Office. 27 March 2020. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  375. ^ Downes, Patricio (27 March 2020). "Internado en el Madariaga es el primer caso de coronavirus en Misiones". viapais.com.ar (in Spanish). Retrieved 27 March 2020.
  376. ^ "Coronavirus: nuevo comunicado del Comité de Emergencia Provincial 27/03/2020 – 20:00" (in Spanish). Ministry of Health of the Province of Neuquén. 27 March 2020. Retrieved 30 March 2020. se notificaron tres (3) nuevos casos confirmados de Coronavirus
  377. ^ "Coronavirus: parte de prensa (27/03 - 21hs)" (in Spanish). Government of the Province of Río Negro. 27 March 2020. Retrieved 29 March 2020. De esta forma, en Río Negro hay una persona fallecida por Coronavirus, una curada, cinco casos positivos (tres de Cipolletti internados en Neuquén y dos de El Bolsón)
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