Peru extends state of emergency until 30 Of November N will stop international flight restrictions
October 29. According to Peru’s “Gazette”, Coronavirus data released by the Peruvian Ministry of Health on October 28 showed that compared with the previous day’s report, there were 2431 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus, and a total of confirmed cases.
Reached 894928 cases. Peruvian President Vizcarra announced on the 28th that the state of emergency, which has been implemented for more than 7 months, will be extended by 30 days to November 30.
Biscarra emphasized that although the country has abolished the mandatory quarantine policy nationwide, and has lifted Sunday’s national foot-free measures on October 25, it does not mean that the Coronavirus pandemic has ended, and the people still need to strengthen protection.
In addition, Vizcarra said that starting from November, the country will further expand the scope of international commercial flights, and the flight limit will be relaxed from the current no more than 4 hours to no more than 8 hours, but passengers must still have a negative COVID-19 test when entering Peru. report.
Vizcarra announced at a press conference that as of now, more than 90% of people infected with Coronavirus in Peru have recovered. The Ministry of Health has conducted about 4.5 million new coronavirus tests, and the number of confirmed cases continues to decline.
Biscarra said: “We must put in more and more efforts to overcome this pandemic and improve our response capabilities. If there is a second wave of infections, we must be prepared.” To this end, the government has established 70 The nursing and temporary isolation center added 6,150 beds.