the preparation of Towers 1 and 2 to provide care for patients with the novel coronavirus.
Joined by Health Minister Victor Zamora and Social Health Insurance System (EsSalud) Executive-President Fiorella Molinelli, the Head of State toured the areas of these new facilities.
While inspecting the field hospital, the top official was also greeted —from a considerable distance— by health sector workers and armed forces members based in the complex.
According to the COVID-19 Care and Isolation Center managers, the Pan American Village has 7 towers, with 20 floors each.
To date, a total of 1,661 coronavirus patients have been treated at Towers 3 and 4.
Initially set to last from March 16 to 30, the measure was extended thru May 10.
Wednesday marks the fifty-second day of mandatory social isolation in Peru.