Coronavirus in Argentina | One of the infectologists who advises the Government foresees that the peak of infections will be in June

One of the infectious medicine doctors who advises the Government in the fight against coronavirus predicts that the peak of infections It will be in June. Eduardo López said that in the country there is “a smooth rise curve” of infections and supported the mandatory quarantine as a key measure to contain the progression of the disease.

According to the latest official forecasts, the first fortnight of May would be the peak of the disease. At the beginning of the month the president Alberto Fernández He warned that on that date the “hardest moment” of COVID-19 would take place.

But now López believes it will be in June. “With a quarantine that almost reaches the end of the month, I think that the beak is going to run, is the data we handle, “he said in dialogue with Radio Miter. The City also expects it to occur next month.

He explained that there is a “smooth climb curve” of infections and that the two areas most affected by the cases are the City of Buenos Aires and the Buenos Aires suburbs.

He supported the isolation and regretted that in recent days there has been a “relaxation” on the street, something the government wants to avoid. “The quarantine cracked a little, on Tuesday there were quite a few people on the street. That is not good,” he said.

He said that they will propose to the Government “a plan flexibility of activities in which some will be later than others “, especially those that have to do with the shows. He considered that little by little they will have to” manage the restrictions, to go out smoothly and that this does not impact “.

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