Coronavirus | In photos, how is the street 30 days after the quarantine started


Argentine society transits the 32nd day of the mandatory quarantine, ruled by the national government due to the pandemic of coronavirus. Although the situation varies in each part of the country, when a month of isolation, the postcards offered by the City of Buenos Aires do not fail to attract attention.

Happens that the streets began to populate: people doing the shopping, long lines to pay taxes or at the doors of the banks, bicycles and delivery motorcycles that come and go, and seem to multiply.

It complies with the use of chinstraps and masks. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)

The easing measures Adopted by the government, with the idea of ​​starting to revive the economy, they seem to have encouraged many people to break with the initial slogan “stay home”.

Although the use of masks or masks is complied with and the social distance is respected, the truth is that the last few days showed that more people circulate through the streets of Buenos Aires.

The bicycles and motorcycles of the delivery service are the protagonists of this quarantine. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
The bicycles and motorcycles of the delivery service are the protagonists of this quarantine. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)

It remains to know what will happen next with the social, preventive and compulsory isolation. But it is still important to remember that, for the moment, it is the only vaccine to slow the advance of Covid-19.

Long lines for the payment of taxes and services. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
Long lines for the payment of taxes and services. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
The pet walk is the excuse to enjoy a time outdoors. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
The pet walk is the excuse to enjoy a time outdoors. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
Shopping for food and medicine are some of the excepted activities. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
Shopping for food and medicine are some of the excepted activities. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
Urban waste pickers, an activity that never stopped. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
Urban waste pickers, an activity that never stopped. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
Postcard of a morning in the Buenos Aires downtown. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
Postcard of a morning in the Buenos Aires downtown. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
There are those who take advantage of the day out to read in the autumn sun. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
There are those who take advantage of the day out to read in the autumn sun. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
The balconies became the most precious space, during this quarantine. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
The balconies became the most precious space, during this quarantine. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
Before each exit it is essential to respect social distancing. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
Before each exit it is essential to respect social distancing. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
Long queues at banks. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
Long queues at banks. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
Rows on the outside of the greengrocers and warehouses is an everyday postcard. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
Rows on the outside of the greengrocers and warehouses is an everyday postcard. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
The flexibility of certain activities increased the circulation of people. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
The flexibility of certain activities increased the circulation of people. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
There was also an increase in traffic. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)
There was also an increase in traffic. (Photo: Mario Peredo / TN.com.ar)