Quarantine: the City, Buenos Aires, Santa Fe and Córdoba will not enable recreational outings

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The Buenosairean government, in line with the province of Buenos Aires, Córdoba and Santa Fe signed a joint document where they report that in those places will not enable recreational outings They were announced by President Alberto Fernández, as a measure of easing in the midst of the mandatory quarantine to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

In his announcement on Saturday, the head of state indicated that although the isolation continued until at least May 10, he would be able to leave for an hour a day within a radius of 500 meters from the house. To do this you must have a chinstrap or face mask and maintain a physical distance of at least two meters with other people.

There will be no recreational outings in various provinces. (Photo: Argentine News)

Faced with this measure, the text presented by the three provinces and the city of Buenos Aires was prepared, where they explained: “In compliance with what was announced yesterday by the President of the Nation, Alberto Fernández, for this new stage of Social Isolation, Preventive and Mandatory, each Province must determine the authorization of the new activities allowed according to the epidemiological and demographic situation

Capital Federal is one of the places where the exits will not be enabled. (Photo: Argentine News)
Capital Federal is one of the places where the exits will not be enabled. (Photo: Argentine News)

“For this purpose, each Province proceeded to differentiate, according to the localities and their characteristics, the convenience of applying the regime for one-hour leisure outings. In those locations with low population density and little or no viral circulation, exits will be allowed of leisure in the conditions that are agreed with the municipal authorities, “they added.

They also indicated: “While, in those large urban agglomerates with viral circulation, one-hour leisure outings will not be enabled, and as the President expressed yesterday, the social, preventive and compulsory isolation remains unchanged. ”

CABA will not allow recreational outings announced by the national government. (Photo: Argentine News)
CABA will not allow recreational outings announced by the national government. (Photo: Argentine News)

This decision was made in consultation with the National Government. However, the evolution of the rate of contagion will continue to be analyzed and, if favorable, the different alternatives that could enable the provision of some type of leisure outlets with restricted modalities will be evaluated. These decisions will be agreed with the respective municipal mayors of each of the respective territories, “they concluded in writing.

In urban centers there will be no recreational outings. (Photo: Argentine News)
In urban centers there will be no recreational outings. (Photo: Argentine News)

The Buenosairean governor Axel Kicillof indicated in his Twitter account: “While, in large urban agglomerates with viral circulation 1 hour leisure outings will not be enabled and as the President expressed yesterday, the mandatory isolation remains unchanged. This decision was made in consultation with the National Government. “

His Santa Fe counterpart Omar Perotti, who signed the joint document, stated in his Twitter account: “We understand that there are people who want to be able to mobilize, we will try to see if evolution allows us, but we believe that there is no need to add any factor risky. The danger is still there, not that it has moved away, so we want to remain very cautious. “

The full text of the joint document

Other places add to this decision

Like the signatories of this document, in Tucumán they announced that they will follow the same steps and will not allow recreational outings.

Río Negro Mendoza and Misiones are shown in the same line and would also be added. Oscar Herrera Ahuad, Governor of the latter, confirmed the measure on his Twitter account.

“I understand the need for physical and recreational activities but I think we should wait this time to start productive activities in an orderly and safe way, ”said the provincial president.

“Today Misiones has more than a thousand people in preventive isolation as a result of their return to the province in recent weeks, which implies an effort in their daily control from safety and health,” he added.



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