Gerardo Morales doubted statistics from three provinces without coronavirus cases

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“On the 13th, everything is not going to be all right, not even in provinces that have zero cases, I don’t know how it gives them zero cases,” said the northern president.

Jujuy Governor Gerardo Morales warned this Friday that in Argentina there are “sub-measurements” of coronavirus cases and doubted how three provinces have had no patients since the pandemic spread.

“On the 13th, everything is not going to be all right, not even in provinces that have zero cases, I don’t know how it gives them zero cases,” said the northern president.

In dialogue with Radio La Red, the radical referent questioned the situation of the only three provinces that so far have not registered patients with coronavirus: Catamarca, Chubut and Formosa.

When asked why he doubted the epidemiological information of those districts, the former national senator explained: “We have submeasures, underreports, because we do not have the capacity to do universal testing. The advice of the WHO (World Health Organization) is testing, testing and testing. “

On the other hand, the Jujuy governor considered that “once the country can control the curve (of cases) it will be necessary to make a strong control of the income. Otherwise, all the effort that one makes …”.

At the same time, Morales confirmed that “whoever wants to enter Jujuy will have to do the test or else, the quarantine.”

So far, in Argentina, 1,265 cases of people with coronaviruses have been registered, with a balance of 38 deaths.

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