The provincial government released Decree of Necessity and Urgency (DNU) No. 7/1, where it “became aware of and shared” the arguments on which DNU No. 334/21 of the national government is based, as to the fact that “the (Restriction) measures in place are necessary to protect public health, and reasonable and proportionate in relation to the threat and health risk that our country faces “, as a result of the increase in cases of the coronavirus.

Article 2 of the legal instrument, signed by Governor Juan Manzur and the entire provincial cabinet, “entrusts the Tucumán Emergency Operational Committee (COE) with the issuance of the regulatory provisions relating to the provisions of DNU No. 334/2021 of the National Executive Power, “which was announced by President Alberto Fernández on Thursday night.

For this reason, in its article 3 it enables as business day today Saturday 22 “for the sole purpose of registering this administrative act.”


In the recital of the Tucuman public instrument 7/1 he remarks that the DNU 334/21 released on Friday night by the Nation, provides, “between May 22 and May 30, 2021 and June 5 and 6 of 2021, the suspension of presence in economic, industrial, commercial, service, cultural, sports, religious, educational, tourist, recreational and social activities for places defined as in a situation of High Epidemiological Risk and Sanitary or in situation of Epidemiological Alarm and
Sanitary; as well as the obligation of permanence in the homes on the part of the people and the restriction of the nocturnal circulation “.

In another paragraph, the provincial regulations assure that “that the vaccination is a very effective strategy to reduce mortality and serious illness, but it should be supplemented with sanitary measures to reduce circulation and risk activities, with the aim of reducing the circulation of the virus. Indeed, if the number of cases is not reduced, serious cases would continue to occur and deaths would continue to occur. “

The provincial decree maintains that “all activities that increase the movement of people or that are carried out in closed, poorly ventilated spaces, with crowds of people or without respecting the measures of distancing and proper use of chinstraps, carry a high risk of transmission of SARS-CoV-2 “.


Provincial regulations ensure that all decisions of the National State, from the extension of the public emergency in health matters carried out “are in consonance with the provisions of the Inter-American System for the Protection of Human Rights“.

At another point, the legal instrument that was drawn up in the last hours stands out and coincides with the Nation that “given the current epidemiological situation, COVID-19 prevention measures must be strengthened throughout the national territory, evaluating the particularities of each party or department, the dynamics of the epidemic and the knowledge acquired about the activities of greatest risk “.

The provincial DNU is signed, in addition to Manzur, by the Minister of Government and Justice, Carolina Vargas Aignasse, the Secretary General of the Interior, Silvia Pérez, the Minister of Economy, Eduardo Garvich, the Minister of Health, Rossana Chahla, the Minister of Social Development, Gabriel Yedlin, your pair of Interior, Miguel Acevedo, the holder of the Security portfolio, Claudio Maley, the Minister of Education, Juan Pablo Lichtmajer and the Minister of Productive Development, Alvaro Simón Padrós.

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