The City of Buenos Aires confirmed on Saturday the consolidation of stage 1 announced two weeks ago: a gradual opening of the industries will be carried out and local businesses will be opened in high-circulation avenues, except for Avellaneda and transfer centers such as Retiro , Once, Constitución and Liniers.
From Monday they will open:
Local retail stores on avenues, including clothing and footwear, in the following areas of the City:
– Microcentro: in the sector comprised by the polygon: between Rivadavia, Carlos Pellegrini, Av. Santa Fe, Florida, San Martín and Av. Leandro N. Alem.
– Av. Cabildo, between Virrey del Pino and Av. Olazábal.
– Av. Córdoba, between Lavalleja and Thames.
– Jujuy Av., Between Cochabamba and Juan de Garay Av.
– Av. Santa Fe, between Cerrito and Uriburu, and Av. Callao between Marcelo T. de Alvear and Arenales.
– Av. Santa Fe, between Pte. José E. Uriburu and Laprida, and Av. Pueyrredón between Arenales and Marcelo T. de Alvear.
– Av. Santa Fe, between Laprida and Jerónimo Salguero, and Av. Coronel Díaz, between Beruti and Güemes.
– Av. Raúl Scalabrini Ortiz, between Aguirre and Camargo, and Av. Corrientes, between Julián Álvarez and Acevedo.
– Av. Raúl Scalabrini Ortiz, between Av. Santa Fe and Paraguay.
– Av. Corrientes, between Cerrito and Boulogne Sur Mer.
– Av. Acoyte, between Av. Rivadavia and FFCC Sarmiento roads, Av. Rivadavia between Av. La Plata and Del Barco Centenera, and Av. José María Moreno, between Av. Rivadavia and Guayaquil.
– Av Corrientes, between Av. Federico Lacroze and Maure, and Av. Federico Lacroze, between Av. Corrientes and Av. Forest.
– Av. Santa Fe, between Gurruchaga and Av. Juan B. Justo.
-They will work from 11 to 21 depending on the termination of the DNI: those ended in an even number (0, 2, 4, 6, 8), even day; those ended in an odd number (1, 3, 5, 7, 9), odd day.
They will continue to be excluded:
-The Liniers, Retiro and Constitución transfer centers, the Once area and the shops on Avellaneda Avenue.
In accordance with the foreseen scheme, starting Monday the industries that already have their protocol approved will return and, as the rest of the protocols are closed, the others will resume their activities. The textile, metal, and lumber industries are going to be enabled. Also the toy industry, according to Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, taking into account the proximity to Children’s Day, which will be on Sunday, August 16.