Coronavirus today in Tucumán Monday, November 30

The restrictions of the Preventive and Mandatory Social Isolation (ASPO) continue in Tucumán, where today there were 303 new cases of coronavirus infections and 7 deaths from the SARS-CoV2 virus.

With these new cases, the province of Tucumán accumulates 65,933 cases of coronavirus according to the report released and updated daily by the Ministry of Health of the Nation.

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, 1,424,533 have been infected throughout the country, 1,257,227 recovered patients and 38,730. deceased. And within the national statistics, the province of Tucumán is in position 5 among all the provinces of Argentina. The list is headed by Buenos Aires with 618,726 reported cases, followed by the City of Buenos Aires with 158,805 in second place and Santa Fe with 147,620 in third.


Progress of the coronavirus pandemic in Argentina

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Argentina has already accumulated 1,424,533 cases of covid-19 infections and is ranked 9 worldwide in the number of coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic.

These are the ten countries with the highest number of cases to date: United States 13,522,247, India 9,431,691, Brazil 6,314,740, Russia 2,275,936, France 2,274,902, Spain 1,648,187, United Kingdom 1,633,652, Italy 1,601,554, Argentina 1,418,807 and Colombia 1,316,806.

While the total cases already reach 63,139,635 and the deaths 1,465,963 worldwide. The number of recovered to date is 40,352,380.


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