The announcement of decree 944/20, which Governor Omar Perotti signed on Friday, caused doubts and confusion. Faced with the addition of new restrictions, there are not a few people from Rosario who need to know how the activities that affect their daily lives will work. In this note, the provincial and municipal authorities clarified the doubts.
From the Municipality, they indicated that as of the new decree, which is in force until September 19, those who provide essential products such as food, in addition to hardware stores, material yards, pharmacies, opticians, orthopedics and veterinarians.
So much babysitters as elderly caregivers or people at risk are considered essential services personnel, so they will continue to work normally. However, they must have per diem insured. They will also continue with the usual activityl banks, in the established hours, and the collection premises.
Likewise, gastronomic establishments will be able to work with delivery services at home, until 10 p.m., and food to pick up until 0.30.
Another question that arose, after the publication of the decree, was whether the doctors could continue attending in the consulting rooms. This activity is considered essential. The same will happen con dentists, psychologists and kinesiologists, who will be able to continue attending with scheduled shifts, as they had been doing.
The decree also allows the online and telephone sales, in wholesale and retail stores of non-essential products.
Industries and industrial parks can also continue to function.
The mechanical workshops and bicycle shops will remain open, as will the taskse home maintenance (plumbers, electricians) and emergency care.
Up to five people may work on particular works, including professionals or contractors.
It is allowed to go for a walk for up to an hour, within a radius of 500 meters from the home, until 7:30 p.m., with a mask and with cohabitants.
The Supreme Court ordered the administrative recess for the southern provincial due to the health situation generated by the Covid-19 pandemic, and in accordance with the provisions of the provincial Executive Power in decree 944/20.
In any case, court activities in Rosario will not be paralyzed, but appropriate to the exceptional health circumstances. In this sense, the Court ordered the suspension of the procedural deadlines for 14 consecutive days, as well as of all hearings set since September 5, with the exception of those that, at the discretion of the intervening magistrates, could cause the violation or loss irreparable rights for any of the parties. In this case, they will be held through the use of technological means and, if it is not feasible, in person but with the due precautions of social distancing and hygiene recommended by health protocols.
Meanwhile, the attention to professionals and the public will be from Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The highest Court authorized in its resolution the treatment of issues by subject that involve all jurisdictions, as well as requests for regulation of fees and views of professional funds. Activities will resume on September 21.
Regarding mobility within the city and the province, those who want to circulate must do so with the provincial application, including those who develop essential services.
In turn, whoever makes an interprovincial trip must have the Santa Fe Covid-19 application, being a resident or not of the province.
Activities defined as essential
They are decreed by the national government and are applied in each province:
– Health personnel, Security Forces, Armed Forces, migration activities, National Meteorological Service, firefighters and air traffic control.
– Government Authorities, Public Sector Workers.
– Personnel of the justice services on duty, as established by the competent authorities.
– Foreign diplomatic and consular personnel and personnel of international organizations.
– People who must assist others with disabilities, family members who need assistance, the elderly, boys, girls or adolescents.
– People who must attend to a force majeure situation.
– People affected by funeral services, burials and cremations. In such a framework, activities that involve people gathering are not authorized.
– People affected to attend school, community canteens and picnic areas.
– Personnel who work in audiovisual, radio and graphic communication services.
– Personnel affected by public works.
– Those who work in wholesale and retail supermarkets and local retail stores for food, personal hygiene and cleaning. Pharmacy. Hardware stores. Veterinary. Provision of carafes.
– Personnel of food industries, their production chain and supplies; personal hygiene and cleaning; of medical equipment, medicines, vaccines and other health supplies.
– Activities related to the production, distribution and commercialization of agriculture and fishing.
– Telecommunications activities, fixed and mobile internet and digital services.
– Unavoidable activities related to foreign trade.
– Collection, transport and treatment of urban solid waste, dangerous and pathogenic.
– Maintenance of basic services (water, electricity, gas, communications) and emergency care.
– Public transport of passengers, transport of goods, oil, fuel and LPG.
– Home delivery of food, medicines, hygiene products, cleaning products and other necessary supplies.
– Laundry services.
– Postal and parcel distribution services.
– Essential surveillance, cleaning and guard services.
– Minimum guards that ensure the operation and maintenance of Oil and Gas Fields, transportation and distribution of electrical energy, liquid fuels, oil and gas, fuel vending stations and electrical power generators.
– ATM services, cash transportation.
– Operation of Nuclear Power Plants. Hotels affected by the health emergency service. Airport operation. Operation of garages and parking lots with minimum endowments.
-Restaurants, prepared food outlets and fast food outlets, with home delivery services.
-Circulation of the ministers of the different cults in order to provide spiritual assistance.
– Registration, identification and documentation of people.
– Circulation of people with disabilities and professionals who care for them.
– Banking activity with attention to the public, exclusively with a shift system.
– National and provincial registries, with a shift system and minimum guards.
– Revenue offices of the provinces, with shifts and minimum guards.
– Establishments for the care of victims of gender violence.
– Scheduled preventive medical and dental care and monitoring of chronic diseases, with a prior shift system.
-Clinical analysis laboratories and diagnostic imaging centers, with a previous shift.
-Optics, with previous shift system.
– Transfer of children and adolescents.
– Personnel of the NATIONAL ADMINISTRATION OF SOCIAL SECURITY -ANSES.