Vice President warns of tighter restrictions


Santo Domingo, DR Vice President Raquel Peña said that the 34.88% daily positivity registered in the coronavirus cases in the country reflects the failure to observe the restrictions on December 23 and 24, when the measures against COVID-19 had not yet been tightened. On December 30th, the government announced a curfew from 5:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. on January 1-10, 2021, except for Saturdays 2 and 9; and Sundays 3 and 10, which begin at 12:00 noon and end at 5:00 a.m. Similarly, the curfew of December 31 was changed, starting at 7:00 at night with no grace period to arrive at the house. At the press conference at the National Palace on Monday morning, Peña said they are confident that all the people will abide by the measures, “so […]

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