In the eighth weekly meeting that he leads Axel Kicillof on the epidemiological situation in the Province of Buenos Aires, its Chief of Staff, Carlos Bianco, confirmed that As of Saturday, February 27, the time restrictions, initially imposed for stop the advance of the coronavirus.
The measure will take effect this last weekend of February. Had been launched in the first half of January, when cases were increasing and people were moving to tourist destinations in greater numbers. The time restrictions they established that night shops should close from 1 a.m. to 6 a.m., although then it was postponed from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m.
Bianco explained that “Based on the epidemiological analysis, dialogue and permanent consensus with mayors and sectors that have had a negative impact, we define that as of Saturday the time restrictions are eliminated “.
However, the Chief of Cabinet of the Province of Buenos Aires clarified that the measures that will continue in force “are those maintained by the respective municipalities.”
In the same way, the governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, confirmed it. While recounting the decline in coronavirus cases, which “are in 2,300 which represents a very significant drop “, He reported that these data allow them to take new measurements.
“As of this weekend there are no limitations on night hours for businesses that work at night, except when a municipality has them at the level simply of its jurisdiction”, he concluded.
The meeting took place in Necochea, from where Bianco explained that due to the drop in Covid-19 cases, they will enable two new activities. “They are already 6 week case drop consecutive case drop since that second peak we had in December, “began the Chief of Staff, adding that for that reason They will enable libraries and crafts fairs, always following strict protocols.