World Coronavirus: Chile relaxes restrictions in its capital

11:06  29 july  2020
11:06  29 july  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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Une partie de Santigao, capitale du Chili, a connu un assouplissement des restrictions dans la lutte contre le coronavirus, le 28 juillet 2020. © MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP Part of Santigao, the capital of Chile, experienced an easing of restrictions in the fight against the coronavirus on July 28, 2020.

Faced with a decline in the number of new cases of Covid-19 for several weeks, the Chilean government has decided to relax confinement in several municipalities in greater Santiago. The outings, which were strictly limited to two per week, are possible freely since Tuesday July 28, except on weekends. Some non-essential businesses may also reopen.

This relaxation only concerns part of the capital, ie around one million inhabitants.

With our correspondent in Santiago, Justine Fontaine

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In Santiago, we go from the city center, which is in strict confinement, to the municipality of Ñuñoa almost without realizing it. In this rather affluent district of the capital, a few residents, all masked, are taking advantage of the relaxation of health rules to walk around.

"We were confined since March, so it's a relief not to be forced to stay locked up," says Fernanda, in her thirties. We could even go and sit in the sun. But the numbers are still high, so we have to continue to be careful.

The number of new cases in Chile has been falling for several weeks now. But the order of doctors and several experts consider this relaxation premature, because the traceability of cases is not, according to them, assured for the moment.

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In Ñuñoa anyway, few shops are still reopening to the public, as evidenced by Ana Sanabria, a Venezuelan seller of inexpensive jewelry in a small shopping mall. “For the moment, the majority of the other shops of the gallery will not reopen, because their employees live in communes which are still confined, explains the saleswoman. So we are probably not going to receive an audience for the moment, in particular for security reasons because there is hardly anyone in the gallery.

Not to mention that the customers, who also often came from other municipalities, are not yet back in the neighborhood.

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