Plutarco Arias warns there will be more restrictive measures in Christmas and New Year before the advance of COVID-19


People are in the streets violating social distancing policies, said the Minister of Public Health The Dominican population and foreigners in the Dominican Republic could spend Christmas and New Year locked up at home because mobility restrictions could be tightened due to the increase in coronavirus cases. Health Minister Plutarco Arias said that as the population continues to violate all policies of distancing and use of masks established by the authorities, to the same extent, more restrictions will be placed. “People are in the streets not complying, and as they continue not complying with the measures, the restrictive measures are going to be much tougher,” said the minister, pleading with the population to please take sheltering a little more seriously. After noting that the decision to make the measures more […]

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