Santiago opens its doors to the public after month-long quarantine due to Covid-19

Groups of people shopping, strolling or playing sports, and increased vehicle congestion were seen this morning in Santiago de Chile, where about 1.2 million people left quarantine after several days with the pandemic stabilized.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With a hangover from more than a month in total quarantine, Chileans in several capital neighborhoods returned to the streets Thursday looking to leave behind a harsh second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, which worsened in March, and with hopes pinned on the rapid vaccination process.

Groups of people shopping, strolling or playing sports, and increased vehicle congestion, were all seen this morning in Santiago, Chile, where some 1.2 million people left quarantine after several days with the pandemic stabilized.

The measure, which was announced this week, benefits a total of 26 neighborhoods located in . . .

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