Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires, the two biggest cities in each of the neighboring South American countries, are headed in opposite directions in the COVID-19 pandemic, reflecting how those that loosen restrictions despite warnings from scientists see a spike in the pandemic while others that keep social distancing measures in place are able to reopen their economies sooner
SAO PAULO (AP) – A swell of COVID-19 cases is halting samba steps in Brazil's biggest metropolis while Argentina's capital tiptoes its way back to the tango floor.
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- Virus surge forces Sao Paulo to shut as Buenos Aires reopens (washington times)
- Virus surge forces Sao Paulo to shut as Buenos Aires reopens (washington post)