Following the announcement of total quarantine in the communes of Santiago, Auñoa, Providencia, Las Condes, Independencia, Vitacura and Lo Barnechea so he explained the measures that this situation will entail in each commune. Undersecretary Katherine Martorell explained that this quarantine aims «to keep people in their home to protect the health of citizens.» In addition, he said that people will be able to go to pharmacies, supermarkets to stock up and medical consultations through a permit that will be granted through the virtual police station with the unique key or in person in the police unit of the commune. It should be noted that the permit will last three hours. In addition, if persons work in those communes, the company or employer must apply for permission. The shuttle service such as the Santiago Metro will operate as normal in all the communes even those that are quarantined. Martorell also reported that all health services whether public and private, telecommunications, basic services, will be available. The undersecretary referred to the health customs and explained that it has two objectives, one the health control of the people who leave and enter the seven communesand compliance with the quarantine that will be audited by Armed Forces and Carabineros.