He President Alberto Fernandez leads a meeting with the 23 governors and the head of the Buenos Aires government from the residence of olives in the that proposed restricting circulation between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. to try to reduce the cases of covid. Wait the reply of the provincial leaders, but PageI12 could find out through a source close to the President that “everyone wants to restrict, is unanimous.”
The proposals under study are a response to the sharp rise in the number of infections that affects the entire country, with a center in the AMBA, during the last weeks. The limitations to circulate at night implied by the “sanitary curfew” are already being applied by provinces such as La Pampa, Chaco, Formosa and Santiago del Estero.
Nighttime restrictions were used in Europe in response to the second wave of coronavirus, in an attempt to contain it without affecting the economic functioning in its entirety, since it allows to maintain activities with a certain normality during the day. The night “curfew” makes it difficult for friends and family to gather inside apartments or houses, closed places. which at this time are considered the main source of contagion.
Accompany so presential to the Head of State the Ministers of Health, Ginés González García, and Interior, Eduardo de Pedro; and the Secretary of Access to Health; Carla Vizzotti.
They participate in remote encounter the Head of Government of the City of Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta; and the governors of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof; Catamarca, Raúl Jalil |; Chaco, Jorge Capitanich; Chubut, Mariano Arcioni; Córdoba, Juan Schiaretti; Currents, Gustavo Valdes; and Entre Ríos, Gustavo Bordet.
Also present are the provincial leaders of Formosa, Gildo Insfran; Jujuy, Gerardo Morales placeholder image; The Pampa, Sergio Ziliotto; The Rioja, Ricardo Quintela; Mendoza, Rodolfo Suarez; Missions, Oscar Herrera Ahuad; Neuquén, Omar Gutierrez; Black river, Arabela Racing; Jump, Gustavo Saenz; and San Juan, Sergio Uñac.
Also taking part in the meeting are the governors of San Luis, Alberto Rodríguez Saá; Santa Cruz, Alicia kirchner; Santa Fe, Omar Perotti; Santiago del Estero, Gerardo Zamora; Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and the South Atlantic Islands, Gustavo Melella; and Tucumán, Juan Manzur.
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