Kicillof gathered his cabinet in Chapadmalal

This Friday, Governor Axel

During the meeting, an analysis was made of the development of the activities of the summer season, which is consolidated as the best in the last ten years, especially on the Atlantic coast, which is receiving a record influx of tourists through the new highways of provincial routes 11 and 56. In this context, numerous initiatives are deployed within the framework of the ReCreo program, which has free admission hostels at different tourist points, with activities for all ages; and is complemented by a mobile application that promotes the dissemination of the cultural and tourist agenda of the 135 municipalities. Added to this is the end-of-year travel program and the promotion of popular festivals in Buenos Aires. In addition, the Province is working hard on comprehensive health and safety operations during the season. From Operativo Sol and the actions of care and awareness carried out by the Directorate of Roads, the safety of all tourists is promoted.

Likewise, the meeting evaluated the data related to the vaccination plan that is providing free and federal vaccine throughout the territory for those who have not yet completed their initial scheme, while advancing in the application of third doses to face the epidemiological situation.

On the other hand, the different axes that make up the 6×6 Provincial Reconstruction and Transformation Program were addressed, with an emphasis on health, education, security, work, and infrastructure and housing works.

In addition, the monitoring of the situations associated with the high temperatures that occur this week and that yesterday led to a meeting of the emergency committee continued. Emphasis was placed on situations of power and water cuts, as well as on the control of the different sources of fire.

The meeting was attended by the Chief of Staff, Martín Insaurralde; the Government ministers, Cristina Álvarez Rodríguez; of Labour, Mara Ruiz Malec; of Women, Gender Policies and Sexual Diversity, Estela Díaz; and Environment, Daniela Vilar; the Ministers of Production, Science and Technological Innovation, Augusto Costa; of Agrarian Development, Javier Rodríguez; of Community Development, Andrés Larroque; of Justice and Human Rights, Julio Alak; of Security, Sergio Berni; of Health, Nicolás Kreplak; of Habitat and Urban Development, Agustín Simone; and Transportation, Jorge D’Onofrio; the president of the Cultural Institute, Florencia Saintout; the president of Banco Provincia, Juan Cuattromo; the executive director of ARBA, Cristian Girard; the general adviser to the Government, Santiago Pérez Teruel; the head of the Buenos Aires Chamber of Deputies, Federico Otermín; the vice president of the Chamber of Deputies Carlos “Cuto” Moreno; and Federico Thea.

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