How does QUARANTINE work in closed neighborhoods?

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In Pilar, a decree was issued with which the authorities hope that the quarantine dictated by Alberto Fernández in the framework of the pandemic will be respected.

In Pilar, Province of Buenos Aires, the use of common spaces in countries, closed neighborhoods, country clubs and the like was prohibited.

This was established through a decree from the mayor, Federico Achaval, with which the authorities hope that the quarantine dictated by Alberto Fernández in the framework of the coronavirus pandemic will be strictly respected.

Social, preventive and compulsory isolation must be carried out in the functional units and homes, and the use of common spaces, gyms, swimming pools, squares and soccer, tennis and golf fields, among others, is prohibited.“, highlights the municipal decree n ° 6769/58.

“The isolation has to be done in homes, in homes. They can go out into the garden if they want,” the official told TN.

“The circulation on internal streets is prohibited. We declared it because the regulations issued by the National State were not being complied with,” he added.

In addition, the mayor published the decree in a tweet, in which he says: “We decree that the common spaces of closed neighborhoods, country clubs, countries and condominiums must remain closed.”

And he adds: “Between all of us we have to take care of ourselves and guarantee that in every corner of Pilar the protocols established by the president are followed.

“They have to do the same as all the inhabitants. We have to take care of each other and we need the collaboration of everything,” concluded the communal chief of Pilar.

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