Drivers ask to adjust workers’ departure times due to curfew in Dominican Republic


They say workers leave in terror to avoid falling prisoner, which causes chaos in vehicular traffic and mobility every day   The president of the Central National of Unified Transporters (CNTU), William Pérez Figuereo, today asked the employers to readjust the working class’s departure time to avoid arrests during the start of the curfew and to contribute to reducing coronavirus infections. Pérez Figuereo considered it a difficult situation for drivers and private employees when the rush hour approaches due to the mobility restrictions imposed by the Government, from 7:00 at night to 5:00 in the morning, from Monday through Friday, as well as Saturdays and Sundays, from 5:00 in the afternoon to 5:00 in the morning. He advocated for flexible hours in companies because workers leave in terror to avoid […]

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