July 7th, 2021 en Buenos Aires.

If you follow the news about Argentina there are a couple of positive changes going on as the supply of vaccines has increased greatly as the Argentinean Laboratory Richmond has produced almost half million doses of the Russian Sputnik vaccine.  Argentina has had a slow roll out of the vaccine due to lack of supply,Continue reading “July 7th, 2021 en Buenos Aires.”

And the new restricciones

Wahoo. On Saturday, June 12th we learned what the new restricciones are. We are back to the future. The number of cases has come down and more vaccines have arrived. People still wear masks on the street, socially distanced from one another and the use of alchohol is obligatory. And the new restrictions are: WeContinue reading “And the new restricciones”

Back to less restrictions but…

It’s the Tuesday after finishing a week of strict lockdown. June 1. The cafes are back with chairs and tables, last week most were closed. A few choose to open but they only put a few tables out. On Sunday nite, was the last nite of strict restrictions and being in by 6pm. After beingContinue reading “Back to less restrictions but…”

New restrictions begin

​ New protocols in Buenos Aires. Now. New restrictions and new protocols are being put in place. By now maybe you have heard the news about the virus and Argentina. And it is not good. Earlier in the week the number of infected cases rose to 24, 000 and yesterday was  36, 000. Argentina is inContinue reading “New restrictions begin”

In case you have not heard…

As of today, Friday April 16th, 2021 day 393 of Quarantine, the president of Argentina Alberto Fernandez had added extra protocols to the current restrictions, as Argentina is experiencing it’s second wave of coronavirus. Yesterday’s numbers were very high for the 3rd day in a row, approximately 29,000 new cases…the hospitals are experiencing a largeContinue reading “In case you have not heard…”

Tango protest to the government:

We need sanitary protocols! On Thursday, March 11th I joined approximately 75 other tangeros, milonga organizers, teachers and tango student to make a Tango protest about the return to tango in Buenos Aires. This was a protest to the government for Tango to start creating the necessary protocols that will allow the tango community toContinue reading “Tango protest to the government:”

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