BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – A judge from Argentina has asked that 85 residents of Patagonia be thirty days to reduce the occurrence of the hantavirus, with nine people killed.
Thursday's order The judge Martin Zacchino has influenced people in Epuy to get in touch with people who have had a positive virus. 3,000 people have made voluntary isolation calls.
City officials also attended town halls, including funeral.
At least 26 regions have dropped from Hantavirus since early December.
People with contaminated rodents or urine and urine with hantavirus can be contaminated by contact or in contact with an infected person. He has reported 111 deaths in Argentina since 2013.