RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru’s government on Wednesday, December 16th, told people in the country not to invite friends and family who live outside the home to Christmas and New Year celebrations, a measure aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus cases in Peru totaled 987,675 as of Tuesday with 36,817 deaths so far, according to official figures. Health authorities are warning of a possible second wave of infections early next year.
“Families who live together can be together, but we should not go to visit our other relatives, friends or friends because the pandemic . . .