On the 26th of the same month, sanitary barriers began, giving force to measures to restrict circulation in the metropolis. Until this Sunday (4), there were 18 days with reinforcement of policing and agents of inspection bodies on the streets.
Many residents continue to commit abuses, such as what resulted in the sealing of a cellar this weekend. The Municipal Guard had to disperse 800 people.
Until the last epidemiological bulletin released by the Municipal Health Department, 81,941 residents have been infected with coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic, with 2,428 dying.
The actions in the 18 days resulted in the approach of 9,132 vehicles and 10,261 people. In all, 1,314 establishments were inspected, according to information from the Secretariat for Cooperation in Public Security Affairs.
During the Easter holiday, from Friday (2) to Sunday (4), 1,815 vehicles were approached, 1,438 people were advised and 164 establishments were inspected, of which 11 ended up closed. Thirteen vehicles were also collected.
See the full balance sheet in the table below:
The actions involved Guarda Municipal, Setec, Secretariat of Planning and Urbanism, Department of Health Surveillance (Devisa) and Emdec.
“During the barriers, vehicles are approached and occupants are asked why they are on the street. People are advised to return home if they are on the street for a reason other than emergency. There is no fine or punishment,” he said. The city hall.
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