What you need to know: the blue marks another record, in the Province it will only be swabbed with restrictions and millions for River for the Monumental
- The blue continues to rise and marks another record. The parallel dollar advances for the third consecutive round and accumulates a rise of $4 in the week and 15 in all of January. They are offered in the caves and little trees at $223, the highest nominal price on record.
- There are 100,000 debtors in the sights of the AFIP. After almost 2 years suspended due to the pandemic in February, the AFIP will return to the fray with fiscal executions. The process will be done gradually. Initially, the collection entity will advance against the riskiest taxpayers, with the aim of protecting the fiscal interest.
- In the Province, only those over 60 years of age with risky disease or pregnant women will be swabbed. The Buenos Aires Minister of Health explained that the rest of the population will be considered a confirmed case of covid based on clinical epidemiological criteria. For Nicolás Kreplak, massive testing made sense when there was a more predictable correlation between positive cases and those hospitalized.
- Since they can do helicopter tours of Buenos Aires. They are common in other big cities in the world, but they were recently enabled in the City. They leave from the port of San Fernando, last half an hour, can travel up to 3 people per ride and cost $49,500.
- River is willing to make a historic change for a million dollar offer. The club is close to agreeing with a sponsor in exchange for 20,000,000 dollars to change the name of its stadium. If the agreement is finalized, which would be for five or six years, it will have income to finance the second stage of works on its field, which includes the construction of a ring, boxes and parking lots.
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