Peruvian authorities extended a state of emergency due to coronavirus

The government of Peru has extended the state of emergency in the country until 31 July and agreed to keep the quarantine in seven departments and in the rest of the country to abolish the social exclusion imposed on the background of a pandemic of a new type of coronavirus, reports the Agency Andina.

Specifies that the address of the quarantine will continue for persons under 14 years, over 65 years of age and those with comorbidities. Mandatory social exclusion in seven departments implies that you can only move to gain access to services and commodities and permitted economic activities.

In the rest of the country will be lifted the quarantine and compulsory social restriction of movement on Sundays, but will continue social immobilization with 4.00 22.00 Monday to Sunday. In these seven departments it will operate from 20.00 to 4.00, and on Sunday during the day, the report said.

The border will remain closed. Banks, markets, supermarkets and the sale of unprepared food is allowed limited number of people subject to disinfection, the use of masks and social distance.

The decree will take effect from 1 July.

According to the latest data, the country has registered 272 364 cases of infection with coronavirus new type 8939 people died.

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