Colombian President Iván Duque defended this Thursday that the restriction strategy “is unsustainable over time” and refused to, according to experts, impose a complete quarantine in Bogotá, the Colombian region most affected by the coronavirus pandemic, toilets request.
Rather than restricting itself completely in Bogotá, Duque indicated that a “focused closure” process would be preferable for the region to understand where the contagion centers are located, to intervene as closely as possible and not to interrupt the reopening of the activity. productive.
“I believe that at this moment it is about evaluating the process of closings that are focused on Bogotá,” he said in statements to Radio Uno, which were collected by the newspaper ‘El Tiempo’.
He therefore insisted that there could be no dilemma between productive activity and health and that COVID-19 would not go away in the near future, it is not the solution for Bogotá (…). “According to the balance offered by the Colombian health authorities this Thursday, Bogotá has 56,830 people infected.