Argentina’s Formosa region and Paraguay analyze gradual border reopening

Paraguay's Vice Minister Sosa pointed out that in the past 14 weeks there has been a sustained decrease in the number of Covid cases, in the number of deaths and that the health system is not overwhelmed.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Formosa governor Gildo Insfrán and Paraguay's Foreign Minister Euclides Acevedo met on Tuesday (14) with the participation of technical teams from both countries to advance on issues related to the region, such as the epidemiological situation due to the coronavirus and the future gradual border reopening.

The Paraguayan officials present were Tourism Minister Sofía Montiel de Afara, Deputy Minister of Public Health Lida Sosa, National Directorate of Civil Aviation President Félix Kanazawa and the Paraguayan Consul to Argentina's Formosa region Fernando Acosta, and provincial officials Chief of Staff Antonio Ferreira, Minister . . .

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