I am not a big fan of marches, and I think I only did a couple during high school just to having a moral excuse to avoid attending classes.
My husband really wants to go to one, and while the kind marches he'd like to attend seems very safe (these would be the last 'Sunday' marches we have seen during the pandemics from the middle class), health-wise they don't seem a wise choice.
However, I have to say that while the Government has always criticized and called selfish those who attended Sunday marches during the pandemics, no proven relations with an increase of contagions was ever observed.
I only read la Nación and there are some minor marches that basically go unreported. On Wednesday, I went to an office near the Obelisk and there was a Bolivian March from the Obelisk to the Embassy of Bolivia on Corrientes 500.
Quote from myself
In Argentina there are two types of marches: those that happens on workdays, and those that happens on Sundays. And that's all you need to know for whom the participants vote.