Since Monday, April 19, Metropolitan Lima and Callao are once again under the extreme risk classification due to the increase in cases due to coronavirus, a measure that will be in force until Sunday, May 9.

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Faced with this scenario, the Peruvian Government announced new restrictive measures that must be complied with in Lima and Callao during these dates. As a consequence, the restrictions of social immobilization, economic activity, transportation, among others, in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The Government reported that 41 provinces nationwide will go to extreme risk of coronavirus infections, including Metropolitan Lima and Callao.  (Photo: GEC)
The Government reported that 41 provinces nationwide will go to extreme risk of coronavirus infections, including Metropolitan Lima and Callao. (Photo: GEC)

WHAT IS THE HOURS OF THE QUEDA TOUCH?

  • From Monday to Saturday the curfew (mandatory social immobilization) will be from 9:00 pm. at 4:00 am. the next day.
  • On Sundays April 25, May 2 and May 9 the curfew it will be all day.

YOU CANNOT GO OUT ON SUNDAYS

As announced by the Peruvian Government, on Sundays April 25, May 2 and May 9 (Mother’s Day) the curfew will be all day. Namely, You will not be able to go for a walk or take out your private car.

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WHAT IS ALLOWED TO DO ON SUNDAYS?

The only thing that is allowed during Sundays of compulsory social immobilization it will be the attention in pharmacies, drugstores and restaurants. It will only be via delivery, as has happened on previous dates.

  • Delivery of restaurants: from 04:00 am to 11:00 pm from Mondays to Sundays.
  • Pharmacies and drugstores delivery: 24 hours.

WHAT IS IT NOT ALLOWED TO DO?

  • Go to churches, so these and other religious and worship spaces will remain closed.
  • Go to casinos, slot machines, gyms, and movie theaters. All will be closed for now.
  • Activities of clubs and sports associations in the open air.
  • It is not allowed to go to beaches, nor will you be able to bathe in them.

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TRANSPORTATION DURING SUNDAYS IN APRIL AND MAY

Public transport and taxi service they will work for those who carry out essential tasks or have an emergency to attend to.

  • Regular transportation service in Lima and Callao will continue to serve from Monday to Sunday from 04:30 am to 9:00 pm.
  • Taxi and transportation of workers may operate 24 hours a day and will have to be authorized by the ATU. People who move must have a valid work pass with their identification or credential from their workplace.
  • Those who need medical attention or those who go to the airport can also be mobilized.

It should be noted that Sundays May 2 and 9 (Mother’s Day) will have the same characteristics described above, with the addition that Mother’s Day there will be a curfew throughout the country, as announced by the Executive.

WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THE VACCINATION OF ELDERLY ADULTS?

The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported that on Sunday, April 25, adults over 80 will have all the facilities to go to the vaccination points against COVID-19 scheduled on that date.

The only requirement will be to show the National Identity Document, which certifies that you are over 80 years old; while his companion must also identify himself.

On the other hand, the health personnel who participate in the vaccination process must obtain their corresponding permit and show it along with their ID for their free movement around the city.

The restrictions for the provinces cataloged in the extreme level will be in force until May 9.  (Photo: Andina)
The restrictions for the provinces cataloged in the extreme level will be in force until May 9. (Photo: Andina)

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