The President of the Nation, Alberto Fernández, announced the continuity of Social, Preventive and Mandatory Isolation (ASPO) in Argentina due to the large number of COVID-19 cases that continue to occur in the country.
However, the president himself was also the one who stressed that the restrictions and care will be different according to each city and the contagion curve in each place.
That is why the governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, announced the particular measures for the suburbs from Monday, October 19, when a “gradual, conditioned and intermittent opening of certain activities” will begin to take place, including the progressive start of face-to-face classes in 24 districts.
New excepted activities in the province of Buenos Aires
- The auxiliary staff of private homes may return to activity.
- Restaurants with open-air sectors will reopen.
- Open-air gyms may open.
- Work will be enabled on construction sites in family homes and industrial parks.
- “Progressive” return of face-to-face classes in 24 districts: Adolfo Alsina, González Chávez, Daireaux, Florentino Ameghino, General Lamadrid, General Lavalle, Monte Hermoso, Puan, Saavedra, Saliqueló, Tordillo, Tres Lomas, May 25, July 9, Alberdi, Bragado, Carlos Tejedor, Chascomús, Chivilcoy, Guaminí, Lezama, Lobos Lezama and Monte.
Daily report on the status of the #Coronavirus in the Province on October 10.
– Government PBA (@BAProvincia) October 10, 2020