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Sucre: Minsa is not going to keep watch on everyone's house, the important thing is to prevent mass activities

Sucre: Minsa is not going to keep watch on everyone's house, the important thing is to prevent mass activities

"We have the availability to carry out activities in our homes, the important thing is that each one keeps their biosecurity measures", Minister Luis Sucre.
Faced with questions about recent statements by the head of the Regional Health of San Miguelito about requirements for holding parties in residences, the Minister of Health, Luis Francisco Sucre , pointed out that the official "was not explained correctly" and that there was some misinterpretation.

Yaritzel Ríos, regional director of San Miguelito, said that to hold parties, people should know how much space at home where the guests will be to determine the capacity and notify the Regional Health Directorate, which will later issue a response. In addition, it would be the entity responsible for delivering a sticker for those who request 100% capacity for only vaccinated people.

"We understand that each of us will want to do some family activities in our homes, here everyone has to be responsible for what they are going to do at home, everyone has to understand that if you decide to have a party at home You will have to make some decisions as owner and host, know how many people you invite, who you invite to your home and what are the biosecurity measures that you are going to take, ”Sucre said.

He said that "the Ministry of Health is not going to be at each one's home to monitor whether you have a birthday, a baptism and what you are doing at home, the important thing here is that we do not do mass activities without having the necessary provisions."
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