December 4, 2020

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Governor submits new restrictions to stop COVID-19 infections


The activation of the National Guard was ordered to comply with the executive order

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Strength – The governor announced new restrictions on Friday due to the increase in COVID-19 infections in Puerto Rico.

The effects of the new executive order will begin next Monday, November 16, 2020.

As explained by the president, the curfew is maintained from 10:00 at night to 5:00 in the morning.

The establishments will operate up to 30 percent of capacity, this includes restaurants, churches, dealerships and all establishments that were operating at 55 percent of their capacity.

Casinos, gyms and common pools will open at 30 percent.

The jets, bars and discos will continue to be closed.

The beaches will be for individual sports. “Chairs and umbrellas are prohibited,” said the president.

Common recreational areas will remain closed.

The issuance of fines for not using the mask in public and private places will continue.

Likewise, the activation of the National Guard was ordered to comply with the executive order.



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