Paraguay imposes a new quarantine until Easter to stop the spread of Covid-19

Outside this new mobility restriction are health services, workers assisting the sick, disabled, elderly or children, as well as essential trades, while non-essential ones may work at home.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Government of Paraguay has issued this Wednesday, March 24th, a decree that establishes a new quarantine in the country from this Saturday until April 4th, Easter day, to prevent further spread of Covid-19.

"During the validity of these measures all inhabitants must remain in their usual homes or wherever they are and may make minimum and indispensable movements for the replenishment of food of medicines and cleaning supplies between 5 AM and until 8 PM local time," has detailed the Chief of Staff, Hernán Huttemann, according to 'Última hora'.

Likewise, cultural and leisure . . .

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