Yes, the fall in reported infections is interesting, I follow the Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_pandemic_in_Argentina and the percentage increases are very low again (0.2-0.3%).As an avid watcher of the La Nacion Dashboard on Covid infection data, dropping in to share this good news, which isn't directly about vaccinations but related.
Checking back to early January, in the time frame when the new infection rates in Argentina and particularly in CABA had been in decline and then suddenly started rocketing, with 7 day infection numbers for Palermo going to 550+ and Recoleta close behind in the near 500 range and other barrios in the 300's, the numbers, recently, in CABA have been in decline again.
Today the numbers in the chart below look to be 'crashing' from those highs of the past month or more.
Palermo never at less than 100 (ultimo 7 dias) until this morning. And CABA wide with 'only' 351 new infections yesterday.
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We know Argentina hasn't done enough testing, even though it was supposed to be focused.. maybe it's slacked off even more now? Or testing isn't done in the right places? (for comparison, the touristy Los Rios region in Chile with 2.4% of the population is responsible for about 30% of new COVID cases there, if testing was focused on the capital this would be totally missed).
I also follow https://www.ft.com/content/a2901ce8-5eb7-4633-b89c-cbdf5b386938, which unfortunately doesn't include Argentina, but you can see the surge in excess deaths (the only real way to measure the impact of COVID) in Chile.