The mayor of Bogota, Colombia, says the epidemic prevention measures will be maintained

On August 13, Claudia Lopez, mayor of Bogota, Colombia, said on August 11 that Bogota will continue to implement the existing epidemic prevention policies in the next four and a half months, in order to achieve the goal of not having a second round of outbreaks this year. < / P > < p > on the same day, Minister of health Fernando Ruiz standardized a number of epidemic prevention policies in the capital, especially stressed that “there will be three autonomous cities in the capital area, which will enter a closed and isolated state from August 14”. Although Ruiz did not specify the three regions, many media disclosed that they were osakun, candelalia and teusakiro. < p > < p > previously, Claudia said that the capital region would not enter the state of “city closure”. Ruiz’s move runs counter to the mayor’s promise. As of the time of publication, there was no statement explaining the reasons for the closure. < / P > < p > in the face of the coming school season, the Bogota government has also made new regulations. Claudia said that in September, all primary and secondary schools in the capital will try out the “half attendance” system. In order to ensure enough social safety distance in schools and reduce the probability of virus transmission, students will attend classes in turn, and those who are not present need to carry out distance Internet learning at home. “There will be a big difference in the time when students arrive at school. Some students may have three days a week, while some students will have their turn in the evening.”