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Heat wave: Argentina’s civil servants will work remotely to save energy

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina ordered that government officials work remotely today and tomorrow to "reduce electricity consumption" when an extreme heatwave affects the South American country.

According to a decree published in the Official Gazette, this Thursday and Friday, starting at noon local time, is the "time from which the highest peaks of energy consumption are verified" and that the National Executive Power is obliged to contribute to mitigating the conditions in which, temporarily, the country's inhabitants may be affected.

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