The curious case of Turpay, the only town in Peru without coronavirus

Turpay closed the town's borders to control access. Moreover, quarantine was enforced for anyone coming in from outside.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Turpay is a town located in the department of Apurímac, 3,800 meters above sea level with more than 1,000 inhabitants. The curious thing about this place is that it is a coronavirus-free town.

This was achieved as a result of its citizens and authorities' prevention efforts and it is the only place in Peru that has not reported any case since the start of the pandemic.

Turpay implemented the measures that were imposed from the beginning in the country. In addition, to make this effective, they closed the town's borders to . . .

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