Paraguay’s Capital Starts ‘Social Quarantine’ Due to Covid-19 Advance

This measure will be extended until September 6th and establishes the free flow of people between 5 AM and 8 PM (local and Brasília time). Beyond this time frame, the police will only allow the free circulation of formal workers, except in emergency cases.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The capital of Paraguay, Asunción, and its metropolitan area of approximately two million inhabitants, have been under "social quarantine" since Sunday, August 23rd, as the government seeks to flatten the Covid-19 contagion curve.

The measure will extend until September 6th and establishes the . . .

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