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The coronavirus begins to give way and in the National government They removed the mandatory use of the chinstrap in closed spaces. Through the Official Gazette, which bears the signature of Carla VizzettiThey made the new measure official. The decision covers public transport and schools. Each jurisdiction will have the power to decide how to continue the prevention of contagion.

More than two years after the start of the coronavirus pandemic, this Wednesday it was ruled that the use of masks will no longer be mandatory in closed places. This provision was endorsed by the Ministry of Health. What the Government intends is that each province has the freedom to decide whether to continue with the imposition or adhere to the new measure.

The document that comes from the Executive ensures that it has been possible to control the growth of infections and mortality thanks to vaccination. In this sense, the Official Gazette ensures that «has managed to considerably reduce the incidence of serious disease and mortality«. The low risk allows a release to be carried out in spaces where air circulation is less.

However, in the statement, it stresses that on certain occasions it will be important to maintain the corresponding care: «SARS-CoV-2 is a seasonally circulating virus and, furthermore, natural immunity and/or vaccination does not guarantee its elimination, therefore particular situations may arise where it is necessary to establish the use of a mask..

Despite the removal of the tax, which has been going on for more than two years, the Government stressed that the mask can be beneficial to avoid various infections: «The chinstrap is an effective tool to prevent the transmission of respiratory viruses from person to person and its use is beneficial for the prevention of seasonal diseases«, expresses the Official Gazette.

Source: Elintransigente

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