The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported that as of today it begins operations on the Amador road to guarantee compliance with preventive measures against Covid-19.
Since the opening of economic activities and the lifting of mobility restrictions, the number of visitors in this area has increased, which is why the Health authorities will deploy personnel, in coordination with the Joint Task Force (FTC), to monitor compliance with biosecurity standards.
The ministry indicated that it will deploy health professionals in this area who will monitor compliance with biosecurity measures in the face of the COVID
-19 pandemic, as it is considered a public space in which a large number of people are concentrated.
The intention is that people can return to outdoor activities without affecting their health and that of the rest of the population, said the ministry statement.
According to the Minsa
, today, Thursday and tomorrow Friday, the prevention and surveillance operations will be carried out between 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm, while on Saturday the preventive actions will take place from 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm
reminded citizens that the use of mask in public areas is mandatory, in addition to physical distancing and the use of alcoholic gel, and asked citizens to properly dispose of the waste generated to avoid the accumulation of garbage in this and other public places.