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Pierluisi keeps business closed since midnight

Governor Pedro Pierluisi announced on Monday afternoon, that Extension of Current Executive Order 2021-065 until the Thursday 14 October As a measure to continue fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

Annex to this order is an administrative order issued by the Secretary of the Health Department, Carlos Melado, Which Children under 12 years old are prohibited from participating in group events.

Vaccination and the measures we have taken so far have reduced numbers in many lines. However, the numbers are still at high levels, so it is imperative that the government continues to implement measures to control infection and protect the lives of all citizens; More so, when it is necessary that our students continue to take their classes in person and it is necessary to protect our economy,” explained the CEO.

OE 2021-065 keeps establishments closed From 12:00 AM to 5:00 AM In any private operation that serves the public and has commercial, sales, consumer, sporting, or recreational purposes, among others.

We recommend the following:

Special operations that do not serve the public and other essential services are excluded from this table.

The curfew law also remains in effect during curfew hours and includes both public and private events.

On the other hand, the mask should continue to be used indoors and outdoors where there is a gathering of 50 people or more.

With regard to naval vessels, the Ethics Office continues to prohibit the adhesion or docking of multiple vessels together. It is also prohibited to moor on beaches, switches, and islands less than 100 feet from shore, except for the use of mooring buoys.

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The CEO concluded: “We must all remain vigilant and take the necessary precautions to protect ourselves and ourselves. Vaccination is the first defense measure against this pandemic, so we continue to urge everyone who has not yet been vaccinated and who has the opportunity, to make the decision for themselves and for Puerto Rico.”

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