The Karona virus has wreaked havoc all over the world. Due to this virus, millions of people all over the world have lost their lives. Meanwhile, the Argentine government has postponed the primary and midterm elections due to be held in August due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. Elections have been postponed for five weeks. The government was informed of this by issuing a statement on Friday after the government agreed with opposition parties.
Argentina’s ruling coalition, Frente de Todos, to save its majority in the Senate and its strong position in the lower house Wants to maintain. Home Minister Enrique de Pedro said in a statement, "We were able to reach an agreement with different parties to postpone this year’s elections. People’s health and life is first.
Elections to be held after more people are vaccinated
Mario Negri of the opposition coalition Together for Change said, & nbsp; It has been decided to wait until the election is over. More people do not get vaccinated. The primary elections which were to be held on 8 August will be delayed till 12 September, while the mid term elections will be held on 14 November instead of 24 October.
Infection cases are increasing in Argentina
Argentina, with a population of about 45 million people, is now experiencing the highest number of Covid-19 infections since the onset of the epidemic last year. Huh. & nbsp; As of Friday, & nbsp; 31 lakh cases have been confirmed and 66,872 people have died. In Argentina, at least 89 lakh people have been given one dose of Kovid-19 vaccine and two doses to more than 1.3 million people. & Nbsp;