Córdoba restricts night circulation amid the third wave of coronavirus
In the middle of the summer season, which registers full occupancy levels, the government of the province of Cordoba announced new sanitary measures that will be in force until February 9, against the increase in infections registered during the last two weeks.
According to him decree 36/21, published this Wednesday in the Official Cordovan Gazette, from this Thursday it will be necessary to present the health pass to enter bars, gyms and swimming pools, while the Córdoba Sports Agency evaluates including other activities.
To the same extent, the authorities determined that the night activity in bowling alleys, discos, dances and event halls will maintain the capacity of 70% in case of working in open spaces, with a maximum limit according to the surface of the establishment and municipal authorization, under the control of a sanitary pass.
The operating hours may be extended until 3. While it was established to restrict the circulation of people between 4 and 6 hours of each day, except for those who are duly authorized to do so.
For closed premises, the capacity will be determined according to the capacity of the establishment authorized by the municipality:
As for gastronomic venues and bars, they will have a capacity of up to 80% indoors and 100% in open spaces.
On the other hand, the decree sought to regulate social and family gatherings, events in which it is proven that contagion is facilitated. For those meetings that take place in community spaces (quinchos and/or common use rooms, etc.), they will have up to 80% of the enabled capacity, always with the pertinent care such as cross ventilation in closed environments.
The provincial government reiterated the importance of continuing with preventive measures to avoid or reduce contagion: proper use of the chinstrap, in closed and open environments, maintain physical distance, opt for ventilated spaces or outdoors and fundamentally, avoid exposure to multiple social gatherings. And in case of being in close contact or having symptoms, stay isolated.
In spite of the third wave of coronavirus and the contagion speed of the omicron variant, Tourism numbers in this province continue to exceed expectations. According to LA NACION, last weekend there was destinations with 98% occupancy, Meanwhile he average in the district is 90%, according to data from the Córdoba Tourism Agency.
In Traslasierra -the destination that has grown the most in recent years and the most chosen by visitors-, occupancy is between 95% and 98%. In this region, stand out Mina Clavero, Villa Cura Brochero, Nono and San Javier.
The average occupancy was 90%, with peaks of 98%, in Villa General Belgrano and Los Reartes. Are registered similar figures in the northeast, with Miramar -with its salty lagoon- as an undisputed “star”. The accommodations in that locality had to refer visitors to other destinations, because they were overwhelmed.