Due to the coronavirus, walks along the beach, the river and the port are prohibited in Necochea

Before the advance of coronavirus nationwide and with a view to the next long weekend, the Municipality of Necochea on Tuesday, it ordered new “exceptional actions and policies” with the aim of minimizing the movement of people in the city. Among the most prominent are the ban on walks on the beach, the river and the port.

Through a decree issued by the mayor, people are prevented from staying in public spaces such as squares, parks, banks of the Quequén river, jetties, tourist walks and the entire beach sector, among others, from the 18th to the 31st of March inclusive.

Too the entrance of tourists to the city is suspended, as well as the development of the hotel, gastronomic, entertainment and related activities. In addition, from 00:00 on Tuesday the 17th until midnight on the 31st, all kinds of “closed places and spaces for people to attend and stay,” including churches, cinemas, dancers, bars, bowling alleys, meetings and games.

In the cases of ice cream parlors, gastronomic establishments and craft beer sales, it only authorizes them in the aforementioned period to provide the service of preparing and selling food and / or drink to take away and the home delivery service, since “The consumption of beverages and / or food is expressly prohibited in the facilities of commercial establishments.”

Through the decree, the population is asked do not use the guard service and / or hospital emergency unless they are situations of real need and urgency, and avoid meetings of all kinds that are not strictly necessary.

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