From Monday, June 21, and until Sunday, July 11, Metropolitan Lima and Callao they will go from the “very high risk” level to the “high risk” category, which allows the lifting of some restrictive measures regarding traffic, business capacity and other activities.
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As reported by the Minister of Education, Eduardo Cuenca in a press conference, the decision to lower the level of risk to Lima and Callao is due to the slight reductions that have occurred in recent days in the number of infections and deaths from COVID-19.
REMAINING TOUCH SCHEDULE:
From Monday to Sunday the curfew (compulsory social immobilization) will be 11:00 pm. at 4:00 am. the next day.
On Sundays June 27, July 4 and 11, it is possible to leave the homes, although the use of private vehicles will be prohibited.
WHAT IS ALLOWED TO DO AND WHAT IS NOT ALLOWED?
It’s not allowed:
- Meetings in open and closed spaces.
- Massive events, carnivals, traditional festivals.
Yes it is allowed:
Since Lima and Callao will go down to the category of “high risk”, the Peruvian Government announced changes in the capacity both in closed and open spaces.
CAPACITY IN CLOSED SPACES:
- General stores: Shopping centers, galleries, conglomerates, department stores (40%)
- Basic product supply stores, supermarkets, markets and pharmacies with unlimited capacity (60%)
- Restaurants and related in internal areas. (fifty%)
- Casinos and slot machines, gyms, cinemas and performing arts in enclosed spaces (40%)
- Banks and other financial entities (60%)
- Temples and places of worship (40%)
- Activities of sports clubs and associations in closed spaces (50%)
- Libraries, museums, archaeological monuments, cultural centers and galleries (50%)
- Business and professional events in closed spaces (50%)
CAPACITY IN OPEN SPACES:
For activities in open spaces there is no capacity restriction, but the protocols must be respected.
- Activities of clubs and sports associations in the open air.
- Protected natural areas, botanical gardens, monuments or archaeological areas, open-air museums and zoos.
- Performing arts in open spaces.
- Restaurants and the like in outdoor areas.
- Business and professional events in outdoor spaces.
USE OF PRIVATE VEHICLES
The use of private vehicles is prohibited on Sundays. That is, June 27, July 4 and 11, you will not be able to use this means of transport.
Interprovincial land transportation will be free, with no limit, as indicated by the Ministry of Transportation.