09/27/2020 - 19:52
The Ministry of Health of the Nation reported 8,841 infections in the last 24 hours and that 206 deaths were reported in the country.
Argentina is the ninth most contagious country in the world.
Yesterday, Saturday, 337 new deaths had been reported.
22,101 tests were carried out and 1,890,190 diagnostic tests were carried out for this disease since the beginning of the outbreak, which is equivalent to 41,655.5 samples per million inhabitants.
Until that day, 22,101 tests had been carried out and, since the beginning of the outbreak, 1,890,190 diagnostic tests for this disease were carried out, which is equivalent to 41,655.5 samples per million inhabitants.
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Beyond the figures, today the conflict is based on the return or not to face-to-face classes.
The Minister of Education of the Nation, Nicolás Trotta, reiterated this Sunday that "epidemiological conditions are not yet in place" in the metropolitan region, and warned that enabling them at this time would "
put the entire population at risk
In addition, he assured that "in January there will be no face-to-face classes" since "the impact of the pandemic will not be resolved with three weeks."
In this way, she contradicted the Minister of Education of the City,
, who had predicted the return to face-to-face classes before 2021: "I am convinced that before the end of the year we will be able to have some face-to-face instances for all the boys ".
Postcard of the Costanera de Buenos Aires during the coronavirus pandemic.
Photo Germán García Adrasti.
In this sense, parents of children who are in their last year of high school organized a march at the gates of the municipality of Pilar at 12 noon on Monday, to ask that at least the schools open for the students of that instance, in what remains of the year.
A week ago,
, the mother of a student, launched a petition on Change.org called Return to Classrooms where she explains the reasons why adolescents should return to classrooms.
"We need to demonstrate so that this changes and so that at least we have that chance, that there are non-compulsory recreational days for these students in their final year," he said.