• Gabriela León

“Traffic light” of the Ecuadorian provinces according to the type of quarantine measures

Red.


  • The curfew from 2 p.m. to 5 a.m. is maintained.

  • Commercial activities are permitted through phone calls and delivery, from 7 a.m to 10 p.m.

  • Taxi services are extended from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Health and private security personnel will have a 30% discount for their trip.

  • Suspension of work will continue, with the exceptions of jobs that provide basic services.

  • According to your license plate, you can drive on the day that corresponds to your number. Cars will not circulate on weekends, no exception.


Yellow.


  • The curfew will be in effect from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m.

  • Businesses of any commercial activity can operate by reducing maximum capacity by 70%, to avoid agglomeration.

  • Outpatient care is authorized for all medical services.

  • Urban transport is permitted. Maximum capacity will be reduced by 70% in buses, to avoid agglomeration.

  • You can drive twice a week according to your license plate, except on Sundays.

  • For private and public institutions, 50% of its staff may return to work, only if working in a virtual modality is not possible.

  • All institutions must have protocols in place, to monitor symptoms, and prevent the spread of Covid-19.



Green.



  • The curfew will begin at 9 p.m and conclude at 5 a.m.

  • Businesses of any commercial activity can operate up to 50% of their capacity.

  • Outpatient care is authorized in all medical services.

  • Urban transport is permitted. Buses can transport up to 50% of their capacity to avoid overcrowded spaces.

  • You can drive three to four times a week according to your license plate number.

  • For private and public institutions, 50% of the staff may return to work, only if the employees can not perform their task online.

  • All institutions must have protocols to prevent the spread of Covid-19 and to monitor symptoms.



Responsibilities to be taken during this time


  • Constantly wash your hands.

  • Use a mask in public spaces.

  • Keep a minimum distance of 1.5 meters from other people.

  • Disinfect your hands when entering and leaving a place.

  • Organize your family to keep people over 65 away from public spaces. This applies to sick and vulnerable relatives as well.

  • Stay alert to symptoms like fever, loss of smell and taste.

  • Go out only if it’s indispensable.

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