Before starting to distribute, companies must process the “Unique Enabling Certificate for Circulation indicated by the Ministry of Production
Administrative decision 490, which expanded the list of activities and services excepted from social, preventive and compulsory isolation to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, enabled the online sale of books and their home delivery.
“The rule, which increased the number of activities that can function within the framework of the provisions of article 6, paragraph 22, of the Decree of Need and Urgency 297/20, includes in point 7 the” sale of bookstore items and computer supplies, exclusively in the form of home delivery. In no case may the public be served, “the Ministry of Productive Development said in a statement.
This section includes the sale of books online, although it does not allow the opening of the premises to the street of the bookstores.
“In order for people related to these activities to make home deliveries, they must process the” Unique Enabling Certificate for Circulation – Emergency COVID-19 “(CUHC)”, they add from the portfolio directed by Matías Kulfas.
The CUHC will be personal and non-transferable and must be processed through the “Remote Procedures” (TAD) platform, entering https://tramitesadistancia.gob.ar/ and you will have to display it to circulate on public roads, along with the Document National Identity.
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