The Buenosairean government confirmed that from this Monday they will be able to open the local shops located on large avenues, except Avellaneda and the transfer centers such as Retiro, Once, Constitución and Liniers.
Horacio Rodríguez Larreta’s objective is to advance the reactivation of a good part of the commercial area after more than four months of mandatory quarantine. Meanwhile, in parallel, the national government announced that social gatherings are prohibited across the country for 15 days, as a measure to control outbreaks in different districts.
In the City, for its part, from this Monday the local retail stores in avenues, including items of clothing and footwear.
Thus the activity is resumed
– Microcentro: in the sector comprised by the polygon: between Rivadavia, Carlos Pellegrini, Av. Santa Fe, Florida, San Martín and Av. Leandro N. Alem.
– Cabildo Avenue, between Virrey del Pino and Olazábal Avenue.
– Córdoba Avenue, between Lavalleja and Thames.
– Jujuy Avenue, between Cochabamba and Juan de Garay Avenue.
– Santa Fe Avenue, between Cerrito and Uriburu, and Callao Avenue between Marcelo T. de Alvear and Arenales.
– Santa Fe Avenue, between Pte. José E. Uriburu and Laprida, and Pueyrredón Avenue between Arenales and Marcelo T. de Alvear.
– Santa Fe Avenue, between Laprida and Jerónimo Salguero, and Coronel Díaz Avenue, between Beruti and Güemes.
– Raúl Scalabrini Ortiz Avenue, between Aguirre and Camargo, and Corrientes Avenue, between Julián Álvarez and Acevedo.
– Raúl Scalabrini Ortiz Avenue, between Santa Fe Avenue and Paraguay.
– Corrientes Avenue, between Cerrito and Boulogne Sur Mer.
– Acoyte Avenue, between Rivadavia Avenue and FFCC Sarmiento roads, Rivadavia Avenue between La Plata Avenue and Del Barco Centenera, and José María Moreno Avenue, between Rivadavia Avenue and Guayaquil.
– Corrientes Avenue, between Federico Lacroze and Maure Avenue, and Federico Lacroze Avenue, between Corrientes Avenue and Forest Avenue.
– Avenida Santa Fe, between Gurruchaga and Avenida Juan B. Justo.
-They will work from 11 am to 9 pm, depending on the termination of the DNI: those ended in an even number (0, 2, 4, 6, 8), even day; those finished in an odd number (1, 3, 5, 7, 9), odd day.
Who will continue to be excluded
-The Liniers, Retiro and Constitución transfer centers, the Once area and the shops on Avellaneda Avenue.
Starting this Monday, the industries that already have their protocol approved will return and, as the rest of the protocols are accepted, the others will resume their activities. The textile, metal, and lumber industries will be enabled. Too the toy due to the proximity of Children’s Day (August 16th).
What will happen to public transport
Will remain exclusive to essential workers. Larreta clarified that the companies that resume the activity “must be in charge of the mobility of their workers.”