Coronavirus in Peru COVID-19 Peru
New Coronavirus in Peru, The most recent information about the New Coronavirus in Peru
President Martín Vizcarra announced a series of measures after confirming more cases of the new coronavirus in Peru.
March 12th/ 2020 22:20 pm
New Coronavirus in Peru: suspension of arrival of flights from Europe and Asia will take effect on Monday 16th.
New Coronavirus in peru. Tonight, the Executive ordered to suspend the arrival of flights from Europe and Asia. The arrival of flights from both destinations will be allowed until Sunday night.
Government sources noted that the suspension of the arrival of flights from Europe and Asia will take effect from Monday March 16.
However, it is not yet clear whether this measure will also apply to flights that stop in Latin American countries and that bring travelers from Europe and Asia.
Peru is not the only country taking this measure. Earlier, Argentina suspended the arrival of flights from countries at risk.
Meanwhile, Venezuela has suspended the arrival of flights from Europe and Colombia.
Meanwhile, The United States has also suspended all travel from Europe on its territory.
March 11th 2020 20:30 pm
People from Italy, Spain, France and China must isolate themselves at home for 14 days
President Martín Vizcarra announced a series of measures after confirming that the cases of the new coronavirus in Peru.
The President of the Republic, Martín Vizcarra, announced that people from Italy, Spain, France and China must remain isolated at home for 14 days. This is one of the announced measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus in peru.
For its part, in Italy, 60 million inhabitants received the slogan to stay at home, an unprecedented measure to stop the advance of the new coronavirus in that country, which totals 631 deaths. In France, 1,784 cases and 33 deaths have been recorded.
In addition, Vizcarra also indicated that the Ministry of Health (Minsa) has analyzed 487 samples in the country, of which 474 were negative.
Source: Presidency / MINSA