The concho (public transport) world breaks the rules


Public transport does not respect social distancing during “rush hours”   After five months of having resumed the work of public transport in the country, after the Dominican government prohibited on March 21 of this year the circulation of buses, intercity minibusses, the OMSA, the Metro and the Teleférico, the sector, which mobilizes about 2,500,000 Dominicans daily, has had to adhere to sanitary measures to protect the population. However, passengers and drivers complain that most of these means of transport do not follow the prevention protocols, especially in the commonly known as “peak hours.” “In rush hour, you go to the subway, and everyone is ‘packing,’ so it is everywhere. The people have already lost their fear of the Covid because the authorities do not do any repression,” mentioned Amaury […]

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DNCD seizes 1,747 packages of alleged cocaine in the Port of Haina Oriental

The National Directorate of Drug Control (DNCD), with the support of the Armed Forces, Intelligence agencies and under the coordination of the Public Ministry, seized 1,747 packages presumably cocaine, in the Port of Haina Oriental, in the Santo Domingo Oeste municipality. The anti-narcotics agents, military personnel and canine units inspected […]