Explanation: A video circulates through networks where an interview is broadcast to the doctor Mariana Colombres Garmendia, who denounces the overregistration of cases by COVID-19, and says that the Buenos Aires government pays doctors or institutions for doing so. This is false: patients are admitted as suspicious cases when they have symptoms compatible with coronavirus, but they are not registered as a confirmed case if they do not have a positive PCR test -according to the protocol of the Ministry of Health-.Read the Full Article (Chequeado)
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