The images of an empty Buenos Aires on the first day of isolation

If the city was characterized by anything, it was because it was alive 24 hours a day. But by the dictated mandatory quarantine, it now looks like a ghost town

Mandatory isolation began at 00 this Friday, and people should stay at home as long as possible to fight the coronavirus together.

But rarely, better said ever, we saw Buenos Aires so empty. On the contrary, if this city is characterized by something, it is for having multiple offers day and night.

Find out the latest on digital economy, startups, fintech, corporate innovation and blockchain. CLICK HERE

Written by Argentina News

Corresponsal de Argentina, Encargado de seleccionar las noticias más relevantes de su interés a nuestro sitio web

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Alberto Fernández’s message on the first day of total quarantine: “Thank you for having understood”

Coronavirus osTwo Hercules of the Air Force will repatriate Argentines stranded in Peru