Some ‘yes’ and others ‘no’ to Christmas dinner and curfew


Most of the citizens consulted believe that the government provision of the curfew should be eliminated, understanding that it is not respected by the population. Santo Domingo, DR Living with the coronavirus seems to be the reality assimilated by a large part of citizens consulted by Listín Diario about the suggestion of the Minister of Health, Plutarco Arias, to replace the Christmas dinner with a lunch and the proposal of former president Leonel Fernández about eliminating the curfew, but keeping bars, restaurants, cinemas, stadiums, and squares of large crowds closed, from 9:00 at night to 5:00 in the morning. The majority of the citizens consulted understand that the government provision of the curfew should be “eliminated,” as many citizens do not respect it and because “each person is an individual […]

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