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Cuban province returns to normality with good sanitary situation

Cuban province returns to normality with good sanitary situation

Matanzas, Cuba, Oct 21 (Prensa Latina) The western Cuban province of Matanzas returned to normality today because of the stable epidemiological situation, but with the call to maintain discipline and responsibility to avoid any resurgence of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.
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Since September 6, the demarcation reports every day Covid-19 cases below three digits, and registered on Thursday 27 Covid-19 patients, according to Public Health statistics.

The Temporary Working Group (GTT) of the territory to fight against the pandemic decided to eliminate, as of Thursday, the restrictions of mobility and the limits of schedules, both in state and private sector dependencies.

Mario Sabines, governor of Matanzas, informed the opening of all services and entities according to their usual working hours, although restaurants, bars and stores must have the corresponding sanitary authorization to resume their activities.

Nightclubs and discotheques, he added, will comply with rules such as physical distancing and reduction of capacity, while travel between provinces will be allowed without the need of a transit permit.

The GTT reiterated the obligatory use of facemasks in public spaces, as well as maintaining the institutional screening of workers and visitors.

Inns and hotels in operation in the province, added the GTT, will be open to travelers from other regions of the country, upon presentation of the vaccination card with a complete health vaccination scheme.

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