Between 7:00 am and 5:00 pm the Río Limón and Carrasquero points will be open and the authorized transport routes and private cars will begin to operate.
As of this 3rd of November, the municipality of Guajira, north of Zulia, enters into the 7 + 7 flexibilization plan. The measure was announced on Monday 2-N night and was adopted after several work tables articulated with the different levels of government and representatives of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces, following instructions from national and regional authorities.
“Between 7:00 am and 5:00 pm the Río Limón and Carrasquero points will be open, the authorized transport routes will start to operate and private cars must comply with the following recommendations: in each car by port only 4 passengers will be allowed including the driver, with their respective masks; in the case of buses, there must be an intermediate space between each passenger and when boarding, alcohol or antibacterial gel must be applied ”, said the mayor of Guajira, Indira Fernández.
The local authority, in a press release, highlighted the support of the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples and Communities and also warned that users should be responsible for protecting themselves and complying with preventive measures against covid-19. “This pandemic is not a game, we must be cautious and not think that because of this flexibility everything is back to normal, now more than ever we must protect ourselves,” said Fernández.
In turn, Fermín Montiel, president of the Municipal Transport Institute of La Guajira, informed that all routes authorized in this flexibility plan will be operated from the facilities of the Los Filúos terminal and must have the approval of the institute to operate outside and inside the municipality, likewise the final destination of suburban routes will be the Macaraibo land terminal.