translated from Spanish: What the new “progressive reopening” quarantine will look like

The national government will announce today from 20 hours the new parameters of isolation and move on to the next phase, called “progressive reopening”, which involves the movement of 75% of the population.
President Alberto Fernández will be accompanied by the head of government of Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and the governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof. 
Those two districts will maintain the greatest restrictions, given that in the metropolitan area there are 60% of the contagions. 

The City of Buenos Aires will enable the shops, which must respect the security protocols, including the estrangement and a certain number of people inside.
Restaurants would implement the take away measure, which adds to the delivery that has been running so far. Shopping malls and clothing venues will continue to be closed, for example. 
In the province of Buenos Aires more shops are enabled, while the governor’s focus is on the industrial sector. There, the intendants will have vital importance in implementing the measures. 

Both districts will be highly careful at the danger of a spike in contagion forceing the health system.
Recreational outings are not yet confirmed, but could be once during weekends and depending on the document’s termination number.

Original source in Spanish

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