all classes cancelled---should I take a holiday up north now?

irishvan

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Dont fancy sitting around BA for 2 weeks so I thought I might bring a planned holiday to Tucuman, Salta and Jujuy forward. What in everybody's opinion might be the problem with this? No transport or accommodation available? I dont consider swine flue to be a problem.
 

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It's worse there so you probally find life even more paralyzed then in BA
 

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You could try Mendoza ... they have only cancelled schools and the theatre. But its not too warm ....
 

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What do you mean by "worse" blahblah? You mean all the shops, restaurants etc?
 

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I went to a wine tasting tonight and nothing was served to munch on in between bottles because of El Gripe A. I really could have used something to clense the palate, because I didn't score as well on the blind taste test as I normally do.

I'm not sure if I picked up someone else's glass late in the evening, but whater. (Pero bueno)
 

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Very few cases had been reported in the region and life went on as normal, at least until friday last week.
People weren't very concerned.

Classes are canceled as a National measure, but only one case had been reported in a private school in Salta. It was a young girl who had travelled to Buenos Aires for medical treatment went back home with the flu.
 
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You could try Mendoza ... they have only cancelled schools and the theatre. But its not too warm ....

That's what we're doing... last minute trip to Mendoza. It's off-season, so you'll find some good deals on hotel rooms. The busses are running (at least Andesmar is). And we have a full itinerary scheduled, the wineries are open! :)
 
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