Carabineros reported this Friday that nearly 300,000 permits have been handed over from the Virtual Police Station on the occasion of Fiestas Patrias.
Lieutenant Daniel Medina, deputy commist of The Virtual Police Station of Carabineros, told MegaNews that until 20:00 hours of this September 18 “294,746 temporary permits have been granted.”
According to the uniform, the permits have been requested mainly “in the communes that are currently in the Transition phase”.
It should be mentioned that there are 59 communes in the country that will not be able to apply for temporary permits to visit people during Fiestas Patrias due to the “Fondéate en Casa” plan. Remember that the measure is only enabled for residents who are in transition, preparation, initial opening, and advanced opening stages.
And the truth is that several communes went back this week to step 1 from this Friday at 5:00 a.m. while others advanced to Transition, but as of this Monday 21st, so they are not included in the “Fundéate at Home” plan.
The communes that are quarantined and cannot apply for temporary permission are: Alto Hospicio, Antofagasta, Arica, Buin, Calama, Calera, Cerro Navia, Chiguayante, Chillán, Chillán Viejo, Concepción, Conchalí, Copiapó, Coquimbo, Coronel, Curanilahue, El Bosque, Hualpén, Hualqui, Independencia, Iquique, La Cruz, La Pintana, La Serena, Lebu, Licantén, Linares, Longaví, Lota, Lo Espejo, Lo Prado, Los Alamos, Maullín, Mejillones, Molina , Penco, Pichidegua, Porvenir, Pozo Almonte, Pudahuel, Puente Alto, Puerto Montt, Puerto Natales, Punta Arenas, Quillota, Quinta Normal, Renca, San Clemente, San Pedro de la Paz, San Vicente, Santa Cruz, Talcahuano, Tierra Amarilla, Tomé, Vallenar, Valparaíso, Viña del Mar.