in search of Stop the spread of COVID-19 in PeruGovernment orders new restrictive measures Metropolitan Lima and Callao For this Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st November. According to Supreme Decree No. 168-2021-PCMCompliance of these works will have to be done by the 28th of this month.
For this reason, people living in Metropolitan Lima and Callao should follow the changes. Curfew, in the capacity of public and inter-provincial transport, the movement of private writers, among others.
Regarding the curfew, the government has ordered from 15th of this month that the mandatory social distancing is only for two hours, that is, it will start at 2 am and end at 4 am. Thus, businesses will be able to extend their opening hours and reactivate their economy.
However, this weekend the panorama changes for those who have their COVID-19 vaccine scheduled early in the morning, as facilities will be provided for their mobilization to receive their corresponding dose during the curfew.
In addition, those who work in the written, radio or television press may only transit during mandatory social distancing if they carry their respective journalistic certificates and their national identity documents for identification purposes.
This exception also applies to those working in transport units, in addition to other activities related to health, public safety and food transportation.
Private cars can be used on this weekend or any other day without any restrictions at the high and medium levels. For now, the whole of Peru is in these stages, so its use is allowed without obtaining a work pass.
use of beaches
The use of beaches, rivers, lakes or lagoons is permitted in Lima, Callao and all medium-level provinces. For the time being, municipalities are implementing measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the said open space.
As indicated by the Ministry of Transport, inter-provincial land transport will operate independently in Lima and Callao this Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 with a capacity of 50% to 100%.
Capacity in shopping centres, department stores and stores would normally be able to receive up to 80% of the public, with similar provisions in restaurants, cinemas, theatres, banks, libraries, clubs, museums and churches. While hairdressers, casinos and gyms can open at 60%.
For activities in open spaces, they are allowed to respect capacity and protocols, with prior authorization from local governments, except in stadiums, where only 30% of capacity is allowed and access only to those who are fully vaccinated.
Infections and deaths from COVID-19 in Peru
Ministry of Health (Minasa) He said that In the last 24 hours, 831 positive cases of Kovid-19 were reported in the country and 18 people died due to this disease.
according to information covid-19 situation room Updated on November 17, 109 people recovered from the disease and were discharged on the last day.
Hospitalized and discharged patients
Minasa, on the other hand, pointed out that So far 3,235 patients are hospitalized for Kovid-19Of which 870 are in Intensive Care Units (ICU) with mechanical ventilation.
The Ministry regrets to inform that till date, Kovid-19 has caused the death of 200,767 civilians in the countrysy expresses his heartfelt condolences to the family members in this time of sorrow.
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, the government recommends wearing a mask, washing hands frequently and wearing a face shield in public transport at a distance of at least one meter from any other person.
Peru reaches 39 million applied doses
Peru is approaching 39 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine implemented across its territory, according to tonight’s report from the Ministry of Health.
According to the Single National Repository of Health Information (Reunis), as of 6:00 pm on Thursday, November 18, the number of doses that have been applied to date is 38 million 828,309.
this number Represents 60% of the target population, That is, the population above the age of 12 years, which is a total of 28 lakh 024,250 in the country.
As of yesterday, Wednesday, November 17th, Minsa had administered 38,630,030 doses, taking the total to 198,279 doses in the last 24 hours.