November 17th Paraguayan President Benitez signed Decree No. 4331 on November 15, announcing that from November 16 to December 6, 2020, except for the city of Kakupe ( In addition to Caacupé), other provinces and cities across the country will implement new measures to gradually lift restrictions on the prevention and control of Coronavirus pandemic.
According to reports, according to Decree No. 4331, from November 16 to December 6, people in other provinces and cities of Paraguay, except for the city of Kacupe, will adjust their outing time to 5 am to 23:59 pm every day.
During this time period, people can freely go out to work, eat, shop, etc.
In terms of sports activities, under the conditions of ensuring compliance with pandemic prevention and sanitation requirements, group sports activities of 14 people or less are allowed to be held in specific approved venues, but the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages are prohibited in competition venues. Minors under 18 and seniors over 65 are not allowed to participate in group sports activities.
In terms of cultural activities, cultural activities with a size of 75 people or less are allowed to be held under the conditions of ensuring compliance with pandemic prevention and sanitation requirements and a social safety distance of 2 meters.
In terms of religious activities, indoor venues are allowed to hold religious activities with a scale of 100 people or less, and outdoor venues are allowed to hold religious activities with a scale of 150 people or less, provided that they meet the requirements of pandemic prevention and sanitation.
According to the report, it is worth mentioning that starting from November 16, the Paraguayan government will allow the organization of children’s activities, as well as the orderly restoration of funeral services such as guards and farewells.
In addition, according to the law, when entering places and conducting social activities, people must still strictly observe measures such as washing hands frequently, maintaining a safe social distance, and wearing masks, especially in closed places, public roads, public transportation, and when people cannot A mask must be worn in any place where a safe social distance is maintained.