Peru newly diagnosed 4526 cases, restaurant sales are expected to recover after relaxation of epidemic prevention
China News Service, June 18. According to Peru’s “Communiqué” on the 17th, Peru has newly confirmed 4,526 new cases of new coronary pneumonia, with a total of more than 2.019 million confirmed cases.
p > On July 23, local time, in Arequipa, Peru’s second largest city, families of patients with new coronary pneumonia lined up to charge medical oxygen cylinders.
According to reports, on the same day, Peruvian Deputy Minister of Public Health Gustavo Russell stated that the Ministry of Health estimated that at the end of August or September, it will begin to vaccinate people aged 40 to 49 with the new crown vaccine. This will be a work carried out by the new government that will soon come to power.
At present, Peru is vaccinating people between 60 and 69 years old, and it is expected to start vaccinating people between 50 and 59 years old in July. Gustavo Russell said that if the Ministry of Health continues to maintain the rhythm of vaccinating more than 100,000 doses a day, the above-mentioned vaccination plan will proceed smoothly.
In addition, Gustavo Russell pointed out that the Ministry of Health may start vaccination from rural school teachers and members of indigenous communities. He explained that he is currently coordinating with the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Culture. In addition, the new government may start vaccinating young people with the new crown this year.
Peruvian hotels, restaurants and related associations also stated on the 17th that as the restaurant capacity increases to 50%, and from June 21st, the curfew will start at 11 pm, and the restaurant will be able to resume About 30% of sales.
Chairman Blanca Chavez pointed out that this measure implemented by the government will first increase the restaurant’s turnover during dinner hours. She also asked the Peru Municipality Association to provide convenience to the mayors. Because in some areas, they forcibly cut restaurant business hours to less than the prescribed time.