More than 2.000 fines were applied in Lara for failing to comply with measures

Officials provided guidance to citizens on the correct use of masks.

The Secretary of Citizen Security and Peace of the Lara State Government, G / D Martín Maldonado, reported that a total of 2.471 fines were imposed for disrespecting the biosecurity regulations against covid 19, as well as for the sale of food in restaurants during radical week.

This figure corresponds to the balance made by the aforementioned instance, in the first quarter of 2021.

Maldonado insisted that the Larense population must become aware of their co-responsibility with public health, for which he added, "we continue to carry out patrols and blockade points to comply with the radical quarantine.

He estimated that the measures must be followed, so he recalled that "we are reaching point 0 again", referring to the new cases due to the Brazilian variant of the coronavirus.

He also stressed that together with the Civil Protection and Disaster Administration team (Pcad), a total of 8 disinfections in public spaces were achieved this Thursday, April 2.742, for a cumulative of 28.685 sanitized spaces in the 9 municipalities of the entity.

The supervision of commercial premises yielded 720 visits by security officials, who proceeded to close a total of 208, given that they were working without being prioritized sectors.

Regarding the use of face masks, he indicated that 512 locals were oriented in their use, also with the fulfillment of social distancing and the delivery of alcohol or gel for cleaning hands.

In terms of transport and spaces for collective use, citizen security organizations verified 285 places, including bus stops, terminals, sports spaces and universities.

Finally, he pointed out that 151 awareness points were installed, of which 102 were peripheral activities, managing to influence 2.970 passers-by and drivers. 

 

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