Argentina extends coronavirus quarantine until May 10

SANTIAGO (Reuters) – Argentina will extend a mandatory nationwide quarantine period until May 10 in a bid to combat the advance of the coronavirus, the office of President Alberto Fernandez said in statement Saturday.

The government-imposed shelter-in-place measure, in effect since mid-March, was set to expire on Sunday.

The country has recorded 3,780 coronavirus cases with 185 deaths, a modest tally that compares favorably with neighbors Peru, Chile and Brazil.

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