I'm currently in a camp like this but not in Argentina. The country I'm in is a little nicer about it, but it's still not a good situation. I am separated from my family, and my total quarantine time will be about 3 weeks despite having no symptoms. Also, my business has been temporarily closed by the gov't, so I will have no business when I get out of here. I called a human rights lawyer in this country and left a message about my situation. That was about one week ago. He hasn't returned my call, and I don't expect him to at this point. So much for human rights! I think "Human Rights" was never actually about human rights. It was just a tool in Satan's toolkit.Speaking about LatAm... horrible qurantine detention camps, with no sanitation, are run in certain province of Argentina, this info is only from a month ago, they run 188 camps:
Authorities in Argentina’s northern province of Formosa are employing often abusive and unsanitary measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.www.hrw.org
They had put 24K people through these camps total already. Anyone who enters the province or tests positive goes into the camp.
I don't see "human rights activists" screaming about it on all corners, why? Where is Amnesty International?
Human Rights Watch tried to draw attention to this, but this had not been seen anywhere in the lying media.
There's another article from several months ago about violent measures to enforce lockdowns in Argentina (people thrown in jail/die there, violent beatings of those who left homes by cops in the street, shooting at them with live ammunition)
Argentina’s response to Covid-19 has been marred by a violent police response towards people accused of breaking the rules.www.hrw.org
I guess Argentina is off the list.