Although it was announced last Sunday, the new Executive Order (OE) that comes into effect tomorrow has not yet been published on the page of the State Department .
The new order, which adds to the guidelines that have been signed by the Governor Wanda Vázquez since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, maintains a curfew of 10:00 pm at 5:00 a.m. until July 22.
It is the Department of State that keeps a record of the executive orders put into effect by the first executive. However, as of this afternoon the new order is not on the agency's listing.
The order in question allows for more government and private sector activity, including the return to work of public employees while the agencies providing services to the citizenship they will be able to start receiving the public as of July 6.
It also includes the reopening of casinos with a maximum occupancy of 75%.
The governor announced today another OE that imposes restrictive measures to passengers arriving at the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, who will be required to have a negative result of a molecular COVID-19 test. Otherwise they will be required to be quarantined for 14 days.