Quarantine | The new trade restrictions apply in the areas of greatest circulation of the City

In compliance with what was announced on Sunday by the head of the Buenos Aires government, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, since this Tuesday, the new trade restrictions in high traffic areas. The measure affects between nine thousand and ten thousand businesses and seeks to avoid the crowding of people in nerve centers such as Once, Avellaneda Avenue or the Scalabrini Ortiz and Córdoba area.

According to the data of the local executive, the areas reached by the prohibition represent 80% of the crowds of neighbors in the City. In them, commercial activity will be limited exclusively to essential businesses.

On the other hand, so-called local shops will be exempt from the measure, which can continue to function in the same way as in the previous stage of quarantine.

In dialogue with From the plain, the deputy head of government Diego Santilli detailed: “The idea is to restrict places with high crowds. That is to say, not to do it based on trade but on the agglomeration of people. Once, for example, is a transfer station where many people from the province come to work. So, there our goal is that non-essential stores are not open. “

According to the official, the measure will affect a total of between nine thousand and ten thousand businesses in areas of high congestion of people.

Commercial areas affected

Through its website, the Buenos Aires government reported that the commercial axes of Microcenter, which comprises the polygon between Leandro N. Alem avenue, Rivadavia, Carlos Pellegrini and Santa Fe avenue; and Eleven, between Rivadavia avenue, Boulogne Sur Mer, Lavalle and Larrea.

Also the avellaneda avenue, between Bahía Blanca and Terrada; avenue Belgrano, between Jujuy and Entre Ríos; avenue Boedo, San Juan and Pavón; avenue Council, between Maure and Céspedes; Av. Cordova, between Lavalleja and Thames; avenue Jujuy, between Cochabamba and Juan de Garay; and avenue Santa Fe, between Cerrito and Uriburu.

Also, avenue Callao between Marcelo T. de Alvear and Arenales, Santa Fe Avenue, between Uriburu and Laprida, Pueyrredón Avenue, between Arenales and Marcelo T. de Alvear; Santa Fe Avenue, between Sánchez de Bustamante and Jerónimo Salguero, Coronel Díaz avenue, between Beruti and Güemes; avenue Scalabrini Ortiz, between Lerma and José A. Cabrera; Scalabrini Ortiz Avenue, between Aguirre and Camargo and Aguirre Street, between Scalabrini Ortiz and Thames.

Also street Freedom, between Rivadavia and Lavalle, Paraná, between Rivadavia and Lavalle; avenue Council, between Virrey del Pino and Olazábal; and avenue Currents, between Julián Álvarez and Acevedo and between Cerrito and Boulogne Sur Mer.

The map of restricted areas since Tuesday (Photo: GCBA).
The map of restricted areas since Tuesday (Photo: GCBA).

Meanwhile, the transshipment centers included in the restriction are those of Retirement, Dr. José Ramos Mejía Avenue, between Libertador Avenue and Antártida Argentina Avenue; and station Plaza constitution, polygon between East Lima, Brazil, Lima, O? Brien, Santiago del Estero and Constitución.

Also station transfer center Eleven square, Av. Rivadavia between Av. Pueyrredón and Jean Jaures, Pueyrredón avenue between Rivadavia avenue and Bartolomé Miter, and Jujuy avenue between Rivadavia and Hipólito Yrigoyen avenue; station Chacarita, Corrientes Avenue between Federico Lacroze and Maure, and Federico Lacroze between Corrientes and Forest Avenue; Italy-Pacific Square, Santa Fe Avenue between Gurruchaga and Juan B. Justo Avenue; and station Liniers and Rivadavia Avenue between Timoteo Gordillo and General Paz Avenue.

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