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The intervention that is part of the “Operation Fortress” It took place at 3:45 pm on January 16, in a house located in Jr. Rufino Echenique in the La Libertad neighborhood. In this, 23 young people, between men and women, were consuming liquor and did not respect the use of masks and social distancing. (Look here)


Twenty-three people who were enjoying a party in the province of Chupaca (Junín), despite COVID-19, were surprised by agents of the National Police. The assistants, when noticing the presence of the authorities they tried to flee through the roofs of the neighboring houses so the police had to climb the walls to catch them.


Junín: PNP intervenes 23 people during clandestine party


As for the volunteers who received the placebo, Malaga specified that these people will be able to receive the Sinopharm vaccine purchased by the Government according to the schedule established by the Minsa, which establishes that health personnel have priority to be inoculated. (Keep reading here)


“In about four or five weeks we will finish the study to determine the efficacy. Efficacy is evaluated in the 12,000 volunteers who already have both doses and the vaccine and placebo groups are compared. International data say that its effectiveness is around 79%, it should be the same here in Peru but we have to corroborate, we monitor it daily “, said Málaga on Canal N.


In about four or five weeks the Results of Efficacy Evaluations of Sinopharm Vaccine Dose in Peruvian Volunteerssaid Germán Málaga, principal investigator at the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, where phase III clinical studies are being carried out.


Sinopharm vaccine: in 4 or 5 weeks the level of effectiveness in the Peruvian volunteers will be known


“We are very concerned about the possibility that this campaign will also involve more contagion. Next Monday we will have a meeting of the Council of State […] with the three Reniec authorities, the National Elections Jury and the ONPE “, informed the president then. (Find out more here)


President Sagasti announced the meeting last week, expressing concern that this campaign involves a greater number of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections.


President Francisco Sagasti headed this morning a session of the Council of State, which included the participation of the authorities of the National Elections Jury (JNE), the National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE) and the National Registry of Identification and Civil Status (Reniec) in order to evaluate preventive measures against COVID-19 during the electoral campaign.


Council of State and electoral authorities evaluated measures against COVID-19 during the campaign


“Lima is the epicenter of the pandemic, due to the amount of population, due to the number of deaths that have been reported. We cannot make Lima continue only as a high level, it is at a very high level. You have to make a very large investment. We need policies for urban areas that avoid agglomerations “La Rosa said in statements to TV Peru. (Keep reading here)


The Dean of the College of Nurses, Liliana La Rosa, showed her concern about the growth of the infections shown in Lima, so has asked the Government to place the Peruvian capital on a very high level of contagion alert. On the other hand, he described as inadmissible that a representative of his union has not been included in the support group for the implementation of the vaccination process against the coronavirus (COVID-19).


College of Nurses: “Lima is the epicenter of the pandemic and should be at a very high alert level”


Personnel from the Callao Port Captaincy intervened about 28 people who participated in a clandestine party on the high seas. Violators failed to comply with the Executive’s provisions that prohibit mass gatherings to prevent the spread of COVID-19. (Look here)


Callao: more than 20 people were intervened after participating in a party on a yacht


The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported this Sunday that 982,111 patients infected with coronavirus (COVID-19) were discharged after having completed their period of home isolation.


Coronavirus in Peru: 982,111 patients recovered and were discharged


The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported this Sunday that The number of deaths from coronavirus (COVID-19) in the country rose to 38,871. There are 101 new deaths compared to the 38,770 registered since the beginning of the pandemic until Saturday, after the arrival of the second wave of the disease was announced.


COVID-19: Minsa reports more than 100 deaths from coronavirus for the second consecutive day


He Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported this Sunday that The cumulative number of positive COVID-19 cases in the country rose to 1,064,909. There are 4,342 new infections (2,565 from the last 24 hours), which are added to the 1,060,567 accumulated until Saturday.


COVID-19: 4,342 more infections and the accumulated number reaches 1,064,909


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