New restrictions began to apply to stop the second wave: which activities are affected

    New restrictions began to apply to stop the second wave: which activities are affected

    Controls in public transport will be more constant

    From 0 this Friday they came into force the new restrictions announced last Wednesday by the president Alberto Fernandez given the sharp increase in coronavirus infections.

    As detailed in the decree of necessity and urgency Posted this Thursday, remains circulation is prohibited between 0 and 6 in the morning except for essential, authorized personnel or those returning from work. Although jurisdictions may expand –do not reduce– these schedules depending on the specificities of each place.

    In the Metropolitan Area of ​​Buenos Aires Only workers considered to be able to use public passenger transport essential, all the educative community and those who have already been expressly authorized. Buses, trains and taxis will continue to operate during the night.

    In turn, also social activities in private homes are suspended until April 30 and meetings in public outdoor spaces of more than 20 people.

    New restrictions began to apply to stop the second wave: which activities are affected

    Gastronomic venues must close at 23

    The bars and restaurants may continue their activity only until 23. On the other hand, bingo halls, casinos and discotheques – or any party and event room – must remain closed and the recreational practice of any sport in closed places where they participate is restricted. more than 10 people.

    On the other hand, The national government determined the suspension for the entire country of the group trips from graduates, from study and of tour groups.

    The announcement of the measures was in charge of the president Alberto Fernandez, who recorded a brief message at Quinta de Olivos under a strict protocol sanitary after its positive result.

    The national authorities clarified that travel abroad is discouraged, but is not prohibited or canceled. However, the reduction in the frequencies already announced is maintained.

    New restrictions began to apply to stop the second wave: which activities are affected

    Public transportation is restricted to essential or authorized personnel only

    How will you be able to travel?

    🚗 In private transport you can circulate without restrictions or controls from 6 in the morning until 0.

    🚌 To use public transport (train, subway and buses), users must register at https://www.argentina.gob.ar/ or in the CUIDAR App, according to the following categories:

    📌 Essential staff (health, safety, supermarkets and shops, banking, energy personnel, maintenance, distribution, surveillance, cleaning, public officials, etc.)

    📌 Authorized personnel (students, teachers and parents, industries, workshops, domestic staff, professional sports practices, assistance staff for the elderly, etc.)

    🚕 Those who are not included in these categories must be provided with transportation by their employer. They will not be able to use public transport

    🚍 Long distance buses will continue to circulate, but with limited frequency

    The city of Buenos Aires

    New restrictions began to apply to stop the second wave: which activities are affected

    Horacio Rodríguez Larreta

    During a conference held on Thursday morning, the head of the Buenos Aires government, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, clarified that the city of Buenos Aires will abide by the measures determined by the Casa Rosada and clarified some points.

    For example, he pointed out that gastronomic establishments must close at 23, but explained that Those who are still inside for that time may stay to finish their meal or their function and leave before midnight.

    In addition, he reported that non-essential shops will open from 10 am in order to stagger morning mobility and avoid the generation of agglomerations of workers, students and teachers.

    He also recommended promoting teleworking and announced that public employees not dedicated to health issues will work remotely. He urged that the private sector accompany the measure.

    The province of Buenos Aires

    New restrictions began to apply to stop the second wave: which activities are affected

    Axel Kicillof

    The Buenos Aires governor Axel Kicillof affirmed that in the province of Buenos Aires “the decree signed by Alberto Fernández and added the measure to close shops in general from 20 to 6 in the morning.

    However, he clarified that the 16 municipalities that are in Phase 5 will have a time restriction between 2 and 6; while in the 79 Buenos Aires districts that are in Phase 4, this limitation will be between 0 and 6.

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