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las autoridades investigan la realización de supuestas actividades clandestinas de carnaval en varios sectores

Clandestine carnival activities investigated in various sectors; sanctions up to $5,000.00

The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported this Saturday that they are conducting several investigations into the alleged clandestine carnival activities in various sectors of the country, despite the total quarantine measure.

At the same time, it was reiterated that those who commit offenses that violates the sanitary and biosafety measures established in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, could be sanctioned with fines of up to $5,000.

Among the areas where investigations are carried out is the San Bernardino sector, in the Arraiján district, where units of the National Police arrived together with the Compliance Judge to lead a person allegedly responsible for a reign developed in this place, before the House of Community Justice of Peace.

Likewise, personnel from the Metropolitan Health Directorate traveled to the San Pedro sector, in the Juan Díaz district, after videos of an alleged murga and coronation activity circulated that, according to reports, took place on Friday night of Carnival.



On the other hand, units of the National Police managed to dismantle in buildings located in the town of Curundú, a structure of PVC pipes that would be used for clandestine parties.


Comments

Oh ya 12 days ago
Yes we must stop people frpm enjoying anything in life until this virus that does not kill 99.7 % of the population is beat

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