The new quarantine is coming in City: runners, shops and more

The idea is to put together, for a first stage, a plan to reopen activities similar to the one that was in force until the quarantine tightened.

The Buenosairean government began to analyze a coronavirus quarantine easing scheme to implement from July 18 which would include the reopening of neighborhood shops and permission for outdoor physical activity.

The idea of Buenos Aires management is to put together, for a first stage, a plan reopening of activities similar to the one in force until the quarantine tightening determined by the national government in early July.

Thus, the neighborhood neighborhood shops, which had to lower their blinds ten days ago, would work again, and outdoor sports practices would also be authorized again, at night.

“Something is surely going to open, but today you cannot know why because we are going day by day,” said official sources of the City Government, who noted that in the event that some of the measures under analysis are advanced, “it will always be observing the curve of contagion “of coronavirus.

The last report on the health situation in the Federal Capital recorded 1007 new cases of Covid-19 registered during July 9, eleven deaths and 348 medical discharges.

In the new stage, outdoor sports practices would be authorized again, at night

Strategies to revive the sectors

This Friday morning a meeting was held led by the head of the Buenos Aires Government, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, at the headquarters of the Executive of the Parque Patricios neighborhood to study the measures they could adopt in the next phase of mandatory isolation in the City.

During the meeting of ministers, some officials reported on the protocols that were developed jointly with the different chambers of economic activities of the district to apply – in the future – to have the authorization to return to work.

In this regard, the deputy head of the Buenos Aires Government, Diego Santilli, considered that “you have to be more creative” to determine strategies that allow the reactivation of some sectors because, he said, “you have to to protect at SMEs and the Job positions.

“The idea is to work on a scenario that will give certainty to the economic sectors,” said official spokesmen, who are closely following the situation of small and medium-sized companies affected by the pandemic.

Weeks ago, the Federation of Commerce and Industry of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires reported 20% of the definitive closure of businesses in the area of ​​the City since the isolation began; while during this day it was reported that some 2,900 stores in Buenos Aires commercial galleries will not reopen.


The head of the Buenos Aires Government met with his team to discuss the flexibility strategy

Meanwhile, it is expected that next Thursday the Buenos Aires Legislature will sanction a project by the Executive that proposes the cancellation of the payment of the ABL rate to the so-called “non-essential” businesses impacted by the closure of the premises.

How they analyze the data

The head of the Buenos Aires health portfolio, Fernán Quirós, said this Friday that the Government is analyzing four dimensions to determine changes in insulation flexibility: daily cases of coronavirus, the speed of the transmission curve, the number of intensive care beds occupied and social mood.

“Pandemics are managed by agreeing with society what we can do, with a common vision,” said Quirós, who insisted that the Buenos Aires government will look at these four data to make proposals for openings from July 17, when the stage ends. insulation with greater restrictions.

In any case, he insisted on the need to “agree on a general strategy about what is happening in the AMBA, which it is a conglomerate that cannot be seen in isolation“, although later Buenos Aires province and City” implement differently those agreed policies “,

“The definition of public policies has to do with what governments consider to be better and what people consider the government to do,” said the Buenos Aires minister, who stressed the need to “understand citizens with their heterogeneous gaze “.

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