The Government of Peru on Saturday approved a supreme decree that authorizes the
in four phases starting this month, President Martin Vizcarra has announced.
"The supreme decree emerged from a technical study which proposed the reactivation of activities in four phases," he expressed.
In this sense, the Head of State specified that there will be an interval between each phase. "That means activities will resume in May, June, July, and August. The proposed timeframe allows adequate control in the development of activities," he indicated.
"Once the protocols are approved, the activities will restart. These protocols will make it possible to carry out a control so that the people involved (in those activities) do not become infected or infect others," he remarked.
The statesman emphasized that the restart will be gradual. "It will be slow, but the decision to start has already been made," he pointed out.