First weekend of overnight restrictions to combat the second wave of coronavirus

    First weekend of overnight restrictions to combat the second wave of coronavirus

    * Nightlife:

    Bars, restaurants, cinemas and theaters must close their doors at 23:00. Those who are still inside for that time can stay to finish their meal or their performance and leave before 00:00. The gastronomic businesses can reopen at 6. They must also operate with 30% of the capacity in relation to the maximum capacity enabled.

    * Traffic restrictions

    It is forbidden to drive between 0 and 6 in the morning.

    * Social gatherings

    Social gatherings in private homes are prohibited and those of more than 20 people in open spaces are prohibited.

    * Mobility

    Non-essential shops will open from 10 in the morning in order to stagger the influx of passengers in public transport and thus generate agglomerations of workers, students and teachers. Only essential workers, the educational community and those with special permits may use public transportation.

    * Entertainment

    Shows with large numbers of people must be rescheduled. Casinos and bingo halls will be closed.

    * Travels

    Graduate, study and tour group trips are suspended.

    * Sport

    The recreational practice of any sport in closed places where more than ten people participate was suspended.

    * Telecommuting

    It is recommended to favor remote work whenever possible.

    * Traffic controls

    The federal forces will control the accesses of the main cities of the country as well as national routes and borders. Within each city it will be the responsibility of each district to enforce the measures provided by the national government.

    * Free parking in the city of Buenos Aires

    Parking in the City will be released so that all those who must move can use the car and avoid the use of public transport

    * Public space in the city of Buenos Aires

    Controls will be strengthened in public spaces, in commercial and gastronomic areas, in public transport and in transfer centers, to guarantee compliance with the protocols and that the different activities can continue to operate safely.

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