translated from Spanish: Covid-19: Pinamar’s mayor proposes a season from November to April

Pinamar’s mayor, Martín Yeza, proposed to Axel Kicillof to extend the summer season to avoid contagion, from November to April. The goal is to “decompress the high concentration of people” during the months of January and February. At their zoom meeting Axel Kicillof and the mayors, it was agreed to form a work table to begin analyzing the health situation for the upcoming summer season. The Governor warned that there is no point in advancing unilateral decisions and weighed on the making of joint protocols.” What was raised is that you could have a summer season with less audience turnover,” Pinamar’s Head comunal said in radio statements and said he proposed “extending the summer season from November to March or April.” Yeza noted that his measure is based on two issues: “There are no face-to-face classes and the bulk of workers work in home office mode, which makes us think about being able to decompress the high concentration and turnover of people in January.” “The Governor echoed and that is why it is important that we have a common workplace, even so that there is no noise between the different jurisdictional levels,” Pinamar’s representative said, stressing that in videoconferencing “there was a climate of great respect and a lot of openness on the part of the Governor,” said.

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