Which communes have fallen back from phase since Saturday, March 6?



40 communes of the country back down in the plan step by step


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40 communes of the country back down in the plan step by step

During the announcement of the Minsal on Thursday, March 4, it was announced that several areas of the country are backtracking in the Step by Step Plan, which includes 12 communes in the Metropolitan Region going back to Transition, that is, to Phase 2.

Who are in Phase 2 must maintain quarantine on weekends, since mobility is only allowed from Monday to Friday, the days Saturdays, Sundays and holidays you must lose permission to travel at the Virtual Police Station to be able to move around.

It should be noted that in the Transition stage, only one permit can be requested during the quarantine period, in addition the communes that are in this stage can request the Vacation Permit until March 31.

Quarantine zones are prevented from requesting this document, until they advance from the phase in the Step by Step Plan, You can check HERE what phase your commune is currently in.

Which communes have fallen back from phase since Saturday, March 6?

The changes announced by the Minsal will be starting this Saturday, March 6 at 5:00 am.

Fall back to Phase 1 – Quarantine:

Chiguayante, Hualqui, Hualpén, San Pedro de la Paz, Talcahuano, Concepción, Penco, Freire, Renaico, Temuco and Palmilla

Fall back to Phase 2 – Transition:

Taltal, Paiguano, Ovalle, Petorca, San Felipe, Rinconada, Casablanca, Hijuelas, Peñalolén, Paine, San Ramón, Maipú, Recoleta, Lampa, La Granja, Calera de Tango, San Bernardo, Independencia, La Pintana, Macul, Christmas, La Estrella, Machalí, San Fernando, Rancagua, Chanco, Villa Alegre, San Rosendo, Mulchén, Pitrufquen and Teodoro Schmidt.

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