Unfortunately, episodes of violence are the order of the day and on this occasion, the incident occurred in the town of Ensenada, Buenos Aires province and the reason was the use of the tapocas. Three people entered a room without the mask and consequently, the employee asked them to put it on. Faced with this request, the men not only refused to comply, but also began to attack the woman and also escaped in a vehicle.
Given what happened, C5N indicated that “the owner of the store and his employee go out into the street and when they see a patrolman they signal him to chase these three people” and added that “the police intercepted them in the car in which they moved and he stopped them ». Regarding the vehicle, he specified that “it was a Chevrolet” and in turn, he explained that “they identified these three men as Fabián Reina, Javier Portillo and Ezequiel Rodríguez.”
Along these lines, he stressed that “the employee confirmed at the police station that she was physically and verbally attacked by these three people” and added that “the officers of the Ensenada second police station were the ones who carried out the proceedings” and, consequently, indicated that “the car was kidnapped ». Regarding the aggressors, he announced that “they will probably be released shortly” and pointed out that “the cause is due to injuries.”
The newscast focused on “the resistance of these people to being taken away by the police” and that is why one of the journalists wondered “if they were not drunk when they enter the store and beat the employee” . It is not the first time that an event of these characteristics has occurred in terms of people who violate themselves for not wanting to comply with the regulations of care.
Health pass: the particular claim of a client
The implementation of the health pass in the province of Buenos Aires generated a huge controversy and yesterday a video that circulated on social networks showed the particular claim that a client made to the girl of a local in At payment. The employee asked the client for the health pass and the woman replied: “Ah, then I’m going to ask you for the municipal authorization, the signed books, the complaints book” and added that “I’m going to ask you for the notebooks. health of all those who are handling food with tuberculosis and syphilis vaccines.
“You bring me all that and I show you my Covid pass,” he said. Regarding the health pass, as reported by El Intransigente, on December 6, the Buenos Aires governor, Axel Kicillof, announced in a press conference that the measure would become mandatory throughout the province of Buenos Aires.