As of September 21, the curfew will start from 11.00 p.m. m. in all the country. This was announced by the president Martin Vizcarra after confirming that the number of daily positive cases for COVID-19 has been decreasing little by little.
This measure will be published this Thursday, September 17 through a Supreme decret in the newspaper El Peruano. The schedule will start one hour later than usual.
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“As of the following Monday (September 21) the immobilization will run 1 hour. Currently what we know as a curfew begins at 10 at night, however, as of Monday, it will begin at 11 at night. This will allow businesses to work 1 hour more and provide better service to the population, « said the president during a meeting with mayors and regional governors.
On the other hand, the president announced the lifting of compulsory social immobilization on Sundays.
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In order to avoid the generation of infectious sources, the head of state clarified that the prohibition of family and social gatherings will be maintained during the state of emergency. This is because it has been found that they are one of the main sources of contagion of the new coronavirus.
Until when will the state of emergency be in Peru?
The health emergency lasted for 90 days. Likewise, the state of emergency will last until September 30.
During this period, it was established to maintain a total quarantine in 4 regions and a targeted quarantine in 46 other provinces. In addition, other measures were decreed in order to reduce the number of infections.
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