Step-by-Step Plan: 9 communes will go back in phase, while 5 will advance from this Thursday

Step-by-Step Plan: 9 communes will go back in phase, while 5 will advance from this Thursday

The Ministry of Health (Minsal) reported this Tuesday the changes that the different communes of the country will experience within the framework of the Step-by-Step Plan due to the Covid-19 pandemic. There will be 14 communes in total that will experience phase changes starting this Thursday at 05:00.

Strictly speaking, the head of epidemiology, christian garciawas the one who announced that there will be nine communes that will regress to Medium Sanitary Impact and five will advance to Low Sanitary Impact.

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“Fortunately, we still do not have communes in the High Impact Sanitary phase, but it is essential to remember that this is thanks to the joint effort that we as a community put into maintaining care measures,” García pointed out.

Phase changes in Step by Step Plan

Arica and Parinacota Region, go back to Medium Sanitary Impact:

Tarapacá Region, advance to Low Sanitary Impact:

  • Well Almonte
  • walk
  • Colchane
  • Huara
  • Pica

Antofagasta Region, go back to Medium Sanitary Impact:

  • Antofagasta
  • mussels
  • Sierra Gorda
  • Taltal

Magallanes Region, go back to Medium Sanitary Impact:

  • Future
  • Spring
  • Timaukel

To review your particular commune, click here.

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