Ministers meet with Cabinet Chief Santiago Cafiero, Health Minister Carla Vizzotti and expert scientific advisory group at Casa Rosada, with new restrictions set to be announced in the coming days.
At this point it is effectively too late, second wave is coming one way or the other.So you would like the government to do what, exactly? Let it rip?
If you look at the deaths per 1m, Argentina is indeed not worse off than the countries that you mentioned:Actually, in both population and covid fatalities, Argentina is almost identical to California. As opposed to Italy, or Brazil, or India. So things certainly could be worse.
Gibraltar, on the other hand, which is at 107% vaccination (they paid to vaccinate all the daily commuter workers who live in spain) has something like ONE active case a day these days.
This is why ANY vaccine currently available is a winner. All of them, without exceptions, are highly effecting in preventing you from needing to be put into a hospital bed or ICU unit. That is what all COVID vaccines were primarily designed to do and all of them deliver extremely well on that purpose.If you need an ICU bed - and in increasing cases a simple hospital bed - anywhere in AMBA you are pretty much screwed. Most infections now are the Manaus strain or UK strains which caused havoc abroad and are resulting in increasing cases of reinfection.