This Monday, April 19, the cities of Lima Y Callao were once again classified as extreme risk regions by COVID-19. This is due to the imminent increase in infections in recent weeks.

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Due to this change, new restrictions will apply to citizens on Sunday, April 25. In this note from El Comercio you can find out what those rules are.

First, there will be no curfew hours. That is, the compulsory social immobilization governs for all day. The population, therefore, must remain in their homes.

Another important point: there will be no attention in markets, supermarkets, shopping centers, galleries, conglomerates, hairdressers, zonal parks, zoos, museums, churches, among others.

Similarly, the circulation of private cars is prohibited. Only those people who have the special labor pass issued by the Government on its website will be able to leave.

In the case of pharmacies, drugstores and restaurants, they will be able to operate but only for the vía delivery. This has already happened on other dates.

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Another activity that will not stop will be vaccination. Those older adults who have been scheduled for this date, will be able to go without any problem to the inoculation centers.

Public transportation and authorized taxi service will be active.

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