The risk of the epidemic is reduced! Peru’s capital and other places will adjust new crown restrictions

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China News Service, May 7th. According to Peru’s “Gazette” report, from May 10 to 30 local time, the risk level of the epidemic in the Peruvian capital of Lima and Callao will drop from “extremely high”. To be “extremely high”, the epidemic prevention and control measures will also be adjusted.

According to reports, the specific measures will be adjusted as follows: May 10-30, curfew will be from 9 pm to 4 am; May 16, 23, and 30 will not be implemented on Sundays Isolation is mandatory throughout the day, but private cars are still prohibited; inter-provincial land passenger traffic is limited to 50% to 100%, supervised by the Ministry of Transport; the passenger capacity of shops, supermarkets, markets, warehouses and pharmacies that supply basic daily necessities The limit is 50%.

The risk of the epidemic is reduced! Peru’s capital and other places will adjust new crown restrictions


p > On March 17, 2020 local time, the Peruvian government announced the closure of the border. Soldiers set up roadblocks at the border between Peru and Bolivia.

In addition, shopping malls and department stores have a passenger capacity limit of 30%, which must be closed two hours before the start of the curfew; the indoor passenger capacity limit of restaurants is 40%, and there is no limit outdoors.

The church mass activities are still suspended, but the passenger capacity of other religious ceremonies is limited to 30%; the passenger capacity of banks and other financial institutions is limited to 50%; the passenger capacity of casinos, gyms, cinemas and theaters is limited to 30 %; The passenger capacity limit for libraries, museums, archaeological memorials, cultural centers and galleries is 40%.

The authorities allow people to walk and exercise around the beach, but they cannot enter the beach or enter the water. As long as they comply with the government’s biosafety agreement, there will be no capacity restrictions on activities carried out in open spaces, including nature reserves, botanical gardens, zoos, performing arts, cultural education, clubs and sports association activities.

On the 6th local time, Dr. Miguel Palacios Seli, Dean of the Medical College of Peru (CMP), reported that in the first few days of May, the curve of the Peruvian epidemic did indeed decline. However, the current prevention and control measures should be maintained so that this trend will continue for two to three weeks.

Dr. Sely warned that if the government does not take measures to control the epidemic, it may eventually produce a “mixed third wave”, that is, the death of patients with new coronary pneumonia and other diseases that have been neglected in the state of emergency The number of cases has increased.