The Government of Tucumán announced the return to phase 1 of social isolation in the provincial capital, due to the increase in coronavirus infections, in accordance with the Decree of Necessity and Urgency (DNU), established by the president Alberto Fernandez.
“The government of the province will abide by the president’s decree (Alberto Fernández) which has the force of law and also is reasonable from a sanitary point of view“Governor Juan Manzur told the local media.
“The Nation’s resolution dictates that Tucumán continue with the Social, Preventive and Mandatory Distancing (DISPO) throughout its territory, except for the capital, which must comply with the Social, Preventive and Mandatory Isolation (ASPO) until next October 25“Manzur said.
The governor assured that “these measures were taken with the wellness of all the tucumanos “.
According to “the new epidemiological indicators, the capital of Tucumán concentrates the highest number of positive cases by Covid-19 and it is important mitigate community circulation of the virus in this district. ”
Manzur indicated that “the Public Health System still has the capacity to respond, but the private is at the limit“.
The new measures that govern from today were communicated in detail during Monday afternoon by the Emergency Committee.
In the last month there was an increase in Covid -19 cases in the province, which accumulates 473 fatalities and 29,874 cases, since the beginning of the pandemic.