The merchants of the emblematic arteries of business in the City of Buenos Aires, the pedestrian street Florida and avenida Corrientes, develop sanitary protocols for submission to the Government of buenos aires in order to re-open their premises.
In interviews with Chain 3the presidents of the associations of friends of both streets, Héctor López Moreno and Gustavo Luraschi, expressed Tuesday his concern over the inability to work due to the hardening of the quarantine applied in the Federal Capital.
In the first place, Lopez Moreno, of Florida street, told them that they are developing a protocol to request the reopening of the business and revealed that many merchants had difficulties to pay the rents, but noted the decision of many owners to allow them to pay only the expense in the context of the crisis by the pandemic coronavirus.
“If you can pharmacies and supermarkets, why not the retailers? We can have 15 or 20 customers. We must take care to have more than one person for each 15 square metres. We are nine thousand plus employees in Florida street. In the premises that have four or five, which come only two or three and, if you can travel, do so by their own means”, pointed out.
In turn, Luraschi, on Corrientes avenue, said that the situation of this artery of business “is very difficult” and stated that it came with problems from two years ago, when peatonalizó the area.
“We had a 2018 very complicated because it reshaped the avenue, and that work took 18 months, which does not sell anything. We thought we would never have something worse, but now the pandemic exceeded that. This aggravates the situation much, because there are no backs to endure so many days,” he said.
In both cases, the traders claim that the Government of buenos aires recategorice areas and allow them to re-open their premises.
Interviews of “Informed, at the back”.