Journalist Charles Ferrara made viral on social media because he passed out in front of the cameras of the Argentine news program ‘Telenueve at noon’. Since the event happened Live, the viewing public feared that it could be a contagion of coronavirus COVID-19.
According to information circulating on the Internet, the journalist was giving a report on the low influx of a testing center located in the Teatro Colón in the City of Buenos Aires. However, it was noted that his breathing began to shake and before finishing he ended up falling to the floor, remaining totally unconscious.
His fainting caused concern in the journalist Claudio Pérez, who immediately sent a commercial break. On the way back, it was explained that the fainted reporter was fine and that his health had been affected due to the strong heat wave that affects the Argentine country.
Argentina is hit by heat wave
Argentina suffers a historic heat wave. Just as he made you known AmericanPost.News previously, the South American country has reached temperatures above 40°C. For this reason, the World Meteorological Organization has classified it as the hottest place on the planet.
According to records, the thermometers reached 41.1°C this Tuesday, January 11, this being the second highest temperature recorded since 1906. Likewise, the National Meteorological Service foresees that the extreme heat, which has triggered the consumption of electricity, which triggered a blackout, will continue until Saturday.
Journalist cries live for tragedy in Chiapas
It should be noted that this he is not the first journalist to go viral on social networks while doing his job, since we previously told you about a reporter who cried live when talking about the 55 dead migrants in Chiapas. The images shocked netizens, who, like him, regretted what happened in that Mexican state.
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