Coronavirus in Argentina | When do the circulation permits expire and in which areas should non-essential stores close in the City?

Starting this Monday, a new stage of social, preventive and compulsory isolation will come into effect, which will imply new restrictions in the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area, the most affected by coronavirus. One of the modifications that will have the greatest impact on the region will be the expiration of the driving license used since the start of quarantine. In addition, the City will restrict the Comercial activity in the areas with the largest crowds.

Although a formal announcement is expected from the Executive regarding the details of the first point, the head of the Buenos Aires government, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, reported in dialogue with TN that he current circulation permit will have valid until Friday, May 29. Since then, citizens empowered to mobilize can only do so with the new authorization.

To re-register, essential workers and excepted persons must enter from this Sunday to the CuidAR application and complete the process. The permit can also be revalidated through the official website of the Government, which allows you to download and print the certificate with the QR code that will be required by the authorities.

As announced at Saturday’s press conference, the use of public transport will be exclusively reserved for those who develop essential activities, and controls at the main stations and terminals will be strengthened.

Restricted commercial areas

The map of restricted commercial areas during the new stage of quarantine (Photo: GCBA).

On the other hand, the Buenos Aires government released the Map from commercial areas where They will not be able to open those businesses that are not of first necessity.

As reported, the regions included represent the 80% of the agglomeration of people in the City, like Eleven, Av. Avellaneda or the area of Scalabrini Ortiz and Córdoba. In this way, only local stores will be enabled.

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