Peru’s new covid-19 rebound, president announced that it will resume Sunday’s ban on outgoing regulations

according to the covid-19 in Peru, in August 13th, Peru’s president Viscarra announced that on Sunday, 16, the mandatory quarantine rules for every Sunday were resumed, and no one could go out. In a statement issued with the cabinet that afternoon, biscara said that the government will issue a supreme decree on the 13th to restrict family and friend gatherings. At present, gathering is regarded as the main mode of transmission of new coronavirus in Peru. < / P > < p > it is reported that biscara said: “starting from this Sunday, we will resume the mandatory segregation rules on Sunday. The epidemic situation is grim. I hope you will abide by it seriously and have a collective sense of responsibility again. Let’s do it for the people we love the most. ” < / P > < p > the president said the measure was based on an assessment that showed that the main transmission of the new coronavirus was social activities that visited relatives and friends. In addition, biscala announced that the current government will work in all corners of Peru, and stressed that cabinet ministers will go to all regions to supervise the local government’s anti epidemic work, meet people’s needs and protect people’s health and safety. In covid-19, he said that all ministers will go to various regions to supervise the work of transporting oxygen and drugs and establish necessary coordination to defeat the new crown. < / P > < p > according to the data released by Peru’s Ministry of health on August 12, there are 8875 new confirmed cases in Peru. Among them, 4421 cases were newly diagnosed in the past 24 hours, another 4454 cases were adjusted and supplemented, with a total of 498555 cases confirmed; 212 cases were newly diagnosed in a single day, with a total of 21713 deaths. At present, 13823 people are still hospitalized and 341938 have recovered.