translated from Spanish: Quarantine in the City of Buenos Aires: what activities return this Monday

On Monday, the City of Buenos Aires will complete a new advance in the flexibilization of quarantine, however, the only change that will be – for now – is the reopening of shops in high-traffic avenues such as Corrientes, Rivadavia, Santa Fe or Cabildo. Transshipment Centers (Liniers, Retreat and Constitution) and Avellaneda Street and Once area are not included at the moment, all other activities will be maintained as they are, at least until August 16. While the arrival of the next stage, which provided for the practice of individual sports, among other activities, was suspended due to the high level of coronavirus cases (COVID-19).

Are you going out to get some clothes or shoes? In this video we tell you the new measures to do it safely. For more information, you can click below the video. Let’s keep taking care of ourselves. #CuidarteEsCuidarnos — Buenos Aires City ♂️↔️ ♀️ (@gcba)
July 29, 2020

Commercial premises will be able to open between 11 and 21, while to attend you will have to take into account the number of ID: those completed in 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8 will be able to go on even days; and the ones ending in 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9, the odd days. On Saturday, the head of government for Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, reported at a press conference that «the level of cases remains high, with an average of 1,100 per day, a 34-day duplication rate and an R (contagios rate) stabilized at 1.03 and that gives us concern of course, that’s why we have to keep working.» Activities allowed in the City

Neighborhood shops, proximity, neighborhood galleries with ID according to the day (even or odd).
Gastronomy (to go).
Administrative institutions.
Music streaming.
Individual physical activity (18 to 10 a.m.).
Recreational outings with boys (Every day from 10 to 18).
Car washes.
Dog walkers.
Toy industry.
Moves (weekends only).
Art Galleries (turn in).
Hairdressers, hair removal, manicure and pedicure.
Occupational therapists.
Kinesiologists working with neurodevelopmental and senior disorders.
Phonoaudiologists working with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Local shops in high-traffic avenues.

Original source in Spanish

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