Peru’s president, Martín Vizcarra, decided to implement more restrictive measures to slow the advance of the coronavirus and the measures planned until April 12, added particular days to move according to the genre. Only men will be allowed on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, while Women will be enabled on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
In Peru, a curfew applies from 6pm until 5 a.m. to mobilize, while in regions where the virus had the most impact, the ban starts at 16 o’clock. “This restriction is not for those who work in a bank or pharmacy or in a market, but for those who go shopping. It’s for the citizen I was normally going to buy. What we’re getting out one day a week,” Vizcarra said.
President @MartinVizcarraC: To date, 91 new cases have been reported. To date, we have taken 16,518 samples, of which 1414 are positive. In this period, 189 patients have been hospitalized, of which 26 are in ICU with mechanical ventilation.— Presidency Peru (@presidenciaperu)
April 2, 2020
The Inca country has 1414 infected in total and just as Argentina closed all its borders either through air, land or water travel.