La Paz Mayor's Office authorizes Alasita;  the Ekeko arrives with the vaccination card

La Paz Mayor’s Office authorizes Alasita; the Ekeko arrives with the vaccination card

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At the meeting of the Municipal Emergency Operations Center (COEM) of La Paz, the Mayor’s Office of La Paz authorized the holding of the Preferia and the Alasita Fair for this January 24 with the necessary biosecurity measures to prevent the expansion of the covid.

The showmen announced that in this version the Ekeko, the main character of the festival, arrives with news such as the vaccination card.

“They know very well that we have been unemployed for two years and now it is time for reactivation. The thanks to our mayor and the Ekeko will arrive at noon on January 24 and, of course, with the mask, with its biosecurity kit and our A novelty that will be our ch’iti (small) biosafety card “, said one of the leaders of the sector.

Point four of the resolutions establishes that the Alasita festival will be carried out “with strict biosafety measures” and to avoid crowds, decentralized activities will be carried out, in coordination with the sub-mayors.

For the preference, the council resolution establishes that everyone must carry their vaccination cards. An entry point will be enabled

You can also read: Copa ratifies Alasita in El Alto from January 24

In this context, on January 24, the Ekeko party will be with restricted capacity, “no more than 100 people will pass.”

“On the 24th there will be a small symbolic act in the PUC (Central Urban Park), no more than 100 people and rather it will be decided to decentralize the festival in the macro-districts and villages, avoiding large conglomerates”, The mayor of La Paz, Iván Arias, reported this Monday afternoon.

The COEM also determined that artisan associations should assign people to control compliance with biosafety measures.

In addition, it was established that there should be fumigation of the place in the morning and at night.

The other determinations establish:

• Strict cleaning of places where food and utensils are sold.

• Spacing and biosecurity standards (capacity in feeding areas of 70%)

• Attention of only two people per position.

• Differentiated access points with unidirectional flows (inputs and outputs).

• Permanent and mandatory use of the chinstrap.

• Ventilated environments.

• The consumption of food indoors is prohibited.

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