The heat does not stop: red alert for high temperatures in the province

on alert yellowtemperatures can have a mild to moderate effect on health. “They can be dangerous, especially for risk groups, such as boys and girls, people over 65, with chronic diseases”they stated.

Yellow alert: What are the affected localities?

  • Alberti.
  • Energetic.
  • Chivilcoy.
  • July 9.
  • Twenty five of May.
  • General Alvear.
  • General Belgrano.
  • General Peace.
  • Flowers.
  • Wolves.
  • Mountain.
  • Navarrese.
  • Rock Perez.
  • Saladillo.
  • Castelli.
  • chascomús.
  • Dolores.
  • lezama.
  • cupcake.
  • Indian Point.
  • Dapple.
  • Stack.
  • Ayacucho.
  • Balcarce.
  • General Guide.
  • Maipu.
  • General Juan Madariaga.
  • Little Sea.
  • General Pueyrredon.

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The National Meteorological Service announced a red alert for extreme temperatures in some towns in the province of Buenos Aires.

Orange alert: What are the affected localities?

The orange alert applies to the following areas of the province of Buenos Aires:

  • Reefs.
  • Captain Sarmiento.
  • Carmen de Areco.
  • Chacabuco.
  • Colon.
  • General Arenales.
  • General Pinto.
  • Junin.
  • Leandro N. Alem.
  • Lincoln.
  • Parchment.
  • Reds.
  • Leap.
  • The Heras.
  • Suipacha.
  • General Rodriguez.
  • Lujan.
  • Mark Peace.
  • Mercedes.
  • Saint Andrew of Giles.
  • Bell.
  • Exaltation of the Cross.
  • San Antonio de Areco.
  • escobar.
  • Saint Ferdinand.
  • San Isidro.
  • Tiger.
  • Vincent Lopez.
  • General San Martin.
  • hurlingham.
  • Ituzaingó.
  • Jose C. Paz.
  • Argentine Malvinas.
  • Dark.
  • Hummock.
  • Pillar.
  • San Miguel.
  • February third.

Red alert: What are the affected localities?

The orange alert applies to the following areas of the province of Buenos Aires:

  • Berisso.
  • Cove.
  • The Silver.
  • February third.
  • Esteban Echeverria.
  • Ezeiza.
  • The slaughter.
  • merlo.
  • Admiral Brown.
  • Avellaneda.
  • Berazategui.
  • Florencio Varela.
  • Lanús.
  • Lomas de zamora.
  • President Peron.
  • Quilmes.
  • Brandsen.
  • Cañuelas.
  • cupcake.
  • Saint Vincent.

Recommendations before an alert for extreme temperatures

The National Meteorological Service shared a series of recommendations to follow that will help the population to protect themselves from high temperatures:

  • Increase water consumption without waiting to be thirsty to maintain adequate hydration.
  • Do not expose yourself to excess sound, not even in central hours of the day, especially between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
  • Pay attention to babies, children and the elderly.
  • Avoid drinks with caffeine, alcohol or very sugary.
  • Avoid very large meals.
  • Eat vegetables and fruits.
  • Reduce physical activity.
  • Wear light, loose clothing and light colors, hat, dark glasses.
  • Stay in ventilated or conditioned spaces.

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