Coruna hits hard in Colombia and Argentina – one world – out of bounds

Colombia recorded the largest daily increase in the number of new Coronavirus (Covid-19) infections on Friday, as the Ministry of Health confirmed 801 new infections and 30 deaths.

The ministry indicated that a quarter of the new cases were registered in the capital, Bogota, which saw the highest number of cases of corona in Colombia.

The total number of HIV infections has risen to 20,000 across the country.

The victims ranged in age from 34 to 95 years.

Colombia has been closed for about two months, but authorities have recently begun allowing some manufacturing companies to reopen. Economic activities are expected to resume more widely next month.

In Argentina, confirmed cases of Corona virus exceeded ten thousand cases on Friday, after recording the highest daily increase since the start of the pandemic.

Government data showed 10,649 cases, an increase of 718 from the previous day, mostly in the capital, Buenos Aires. The number of deaths reached 433 cases.

The confirmed incidence of corona infection increased steadily in the past week.

Argentina has imposed mandatory public isolation in most regions since March 20, and it also applies one of the world‘s most stringent travel restrictions, banning the sale and purchase of airline tickets until September.

The government extended public isolation until May 24 in some areas of the country, while easing some limited restrictions on movement and the business sector.

The authorities had previously extended public isolation three times.

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