El Comercio Answers: PSG vs. Bayern Munich LIVE: where, on which TV channels and schedules

Clash of titans! and will contest the final of the after winning with category in the semifinals against RB Leipzig and Olympique de Lyon, respectively. The match between the French and the Germans will be played on Sunday, August 23 at the Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, also known as Estadio da Luz, in Lisbon (Portugal). The duel will begin at 2:00 pm (Peruvian time) and will be broadcast LIVE on ESPN and Fox Sports channels.

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PSG, hand in hand with , reached the Champions League final after German, in a meeting in which other great figures from the Parisian cast also stood out, such as Kylian Mbappé, Ángel di María, Marquinhos and Juan Bernat, among others.

The Gauls are excited to win the title of the highest club trophy in Europe in what will be their first Champions League final.

For its part, Bayern Munich, the German giant and the main candidate to win the tournament, will seek to raise its sixth ‘Orejona’ after leaving the French Olympique de Lyon, whom at the José Alvalade stadium.

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The Bavarians have not played in a Champions League final since the 2013 season, the year they won their fifth title after beating Borussia Dortmund 2-1.

When and where will the final be played?

This expected shock will be played at the Sport Lisboa Stadium and Benfica de Lisboa on the next Sunday, August 23, 2020.

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Also known as Estádio da Luz, the home of Benfica, 37 times champion of Portugal.

This imposing stage was rebuilt to host matches (including the final) of UEFA EURO 2004, and more recently the 2014 UEFA Champions League final in which Real Madrid were crowned champions against Atlético de Madrid.

Schedules and channels in the world

  • México – 2:00 p.m. | ESPN y Fox Sports
  • Perú – 2:00 p.m. | ESPN 2
  • Ecuador – 2:00 p.m. | ESPN 2
  • Colombia – 2:00 p.m. | ESPN 2
  • Bolivia – 3:00 p.m. | ESPN 2
  • Venezuela – 3:00 p.m. | ESPN 2 y Fox Sports
  • Chile – 3:00 p.m. | ESPN 2
  • Paraguay – 3:00 p.m. | ESPN 2
  • Argentina – 4:00 p.m. | ESPN 2
  • Uruguay – 4:00 p.m. | ESPN 2
  • Brasil – 4:00 pm | TNT, Facebook EI Plus, EI Plus
  • Spain – 9:00 pm | Mitele Plus and Movistar

Will there be extra time in case of a tie?

Yes, it will be two periods of 15 minutes. If it remains even after 120 minutes, the final will be decided by kills from the penalty spot, with both teams having five shots before sudden death.

Who has won the UEFA Champions League / European Cup?

Real Madrid holds the title record, and has lifted this trophy 13 times since the inaugural season of the European Cup in 1955/56.

Since the competition’s name change in 1992/93, 13 clubs have been crowned champions: Real Madrid (7 times), Barcelona (4), Milan (3), Manchester United (2), Bayern Munich (2), Liverpool (2), Marseille (1), Ajax (1), Juventus (1), Dortmund (1), Porto (1), Inter Milan (1) and Chelsea (1).

1992/93: Marsella

1993/94: Milan

1994/95: Ajax

1995/96: Juventus

1996/97: Dortmund

1997/98: Real Madrid

1998/99: Manchester United

1999/00: Real Madrid

2000/01: Bayern Munich

2001/02: Real Madrid

2002/03: Milan

2003/04: Porto

2004/05: Liverpool

2005/06: Barcelona

2006/07: Milan

2007/08: Manchester United

2008/09: Barcelona

2009/10: Inter de Milan

2010/11: Barcelona

2011/12: Chelsea

2012/13: Bayern Munich

2013/14: Real Madrid

2014/15: Barcelona

2015/16: Real Madrid

2016/17: Real Madrid

2017/18: Real Madrid

2018/19: Liverpool

Will there be fans in the stadium?

All UEFA matches will be played behind closed doors until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic. All the players present in Lisbon underwent tests to detect this disease.

Does the champion qualify directly for the UEFA Super Cup?

Yes. The UEFA Super Cup is a single match between the UEFA Champions League champion and the UEFA Europa League champion. The Puskás Arena in Budapest will host the 2020 UEFA Super Cup on September 24. Windsor Park in Belfast (Northern Ireland) will be the setting for the 2021 edition.

Where has the UEFA Champions League final been played before?

Since the competition was renamed in 1992/93, the final has been played in 14 different countries and in 20 different cities.

The German city of Munich has seen three finals, while Saint-Denis, Athens, Rome, London, Milan and Madrid have hosted the final twice.

The Estádio do Sport Lisboa and Benfica de Lisboa joins this list after hosting the final of the 2013/14 edition.

1992/93: Olympic Stadium, Múnich

1993/94: OACA Spyros Louis, Athens

1994/95: Ernst Happel Stadium, Viena

1995/96: Olympic Stadium, Rome

1996/97: Olympic Stadium, Múnich

1997/98: Johan Cruijff Arena, Ámsterdam

1998/99: Camp Nou, Barcelona

1999/00: Stade de France, Saint-Denis

2000/01: Stadio San Siro, Milan

2001/02: Hampden Park, Glasgow

2002/03: Old Trafford, Manchester

2003/04: Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen

2004/05: Atatürk Olympic Stadium, Estambul

2005/06: Stade de France, Saint-Denis

2006/07: OACA Spyros Louis, Athens

2007/08: Luzhniki Stadium, Moscú

2008/09: Olympic Stadium, Rome

2009/10: Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid

2010/11: Wembley Stadium, Londres

2011/12: Football Arena Munich, Múnich

2012/13: Wembley Stadium, Londres

2013/14: Sport Lisboa e Benfica Stadium, Lisbon

2014/15: Olympiastadion, Berlin

2015/16: Stadio San Siro, Milan

2016/17: Principality Stadium, Cardiff

2017/18: NSK Olimpiyskyi, Kiev

2018/19: Metropolitano Stadium, Madrid


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Subjects and schedules for third year of secondary according to SEP – Noticieros Televisa

One of the most relevant degrees of high school is he third. It means studying the last year and the closing one-stage, but in the school cycle 2020-2021 it will be lived in a different way due to COVID-19. For this reason, below we tell you the subjects that students will take and the channels through which they can continue learning.

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The pandemic of the coronavirus forced the Secretary of Public Education to make modifications so that students can continue their studies and at the same time not risk contagion, so it arose “Learn in House II”, with which it is intended to meet the objective in the remote mode.

Regarding young people in the third year of secondary school, according to the study plan presented by the SEP, They must take the following subjects:

  • Mother tongue. Spanish
  • Maths
  • History
  • Sciences and technology. Chemistry
  • Arts
  • Civic and ethical formation
  • Technology
  • Civics and Ethics in Dialogue
  • English
  • Healthy life

Meanwhile, the television broadcasts that students should tune in They will be in the following hours and channels:

  • From 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on channels 20.1 and 3.2
  • From 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on channels 22.1, 14.2 and 6.3

And the repetition of the sessions can be viewed as follows:

  • Starting at 06:00 am and until the start of classes
  • From the end of classes until 00:00
  • Saturdays and Sundays from 6:00 to 00:00.

In this last school year for high school students it is contemplated that they return to the classrooms; however it all depends on the epidemiological traffic light is in green color, which SEP will communicate in a timely manner.


El Comercio Responses: Enel: Power outages TODAY in Lima and Callao: affected areas and schedules |

reported that from Monday 17 to Saturday 22 August there will be power outages in different districts of Lima and Callao. As it is recalled, since July the company has been carrying out maintenance work on the medium and low voltage electrical networks.

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Some of the affected districts will be San Miguel, Breña, San Martín de Porres, Rímac, Jesús María, Puente Piedra, Comas, Ventanilla and San Juan de Lurigancho. You must bear in mind that the power cut will be by zones and at different times.

Get to know the details of the power outages scheduled for this week:

Wednesday, August 19 (TODAY)

  • Rímac ( 9 a.m. a 7 p.m.)

Prolog Vidal block 7, Necochea block 6, C Suarez block 5, Santa Cruz block 5, Av Tomas Moya block 6, Esteban Salmon block 8, Inca Manco Capac block 4, Jr General Pezet block 5, Quito Yupanqui block 5, Circunvalacion block 1 , Av Caqueta cdra 8, Jr Fray Antonio Daza cdra 6, Ca Celso Vasquez cdra 7, Ca Tnte Andres Razuri cdra 7, Jr La Perricholi cdra 7, Jr Salaverry cdra 6, Jr Polo de Ondegardo cdra 7, Hector Garcia and Ribeyro cdra 1, Jr Montelirio cdra 6, General Arrieta cdra 6, Psj Las Abejas Mz A, Jr Agustin Zarate cdra 6-7, Inca Manco cdra 3-4-6, Ca san Roman 514.

  • San Juan de Lurigancho ( 10 a.m. a 5 p.m.)

Jr Las Terrazas cdra 21, Jr Los Rubies Mz W, Av Los Postes Este cdra 3, Jr Las Piedrecillas cdra 4-5, Mz N1, Ca Cuatro Mz X, Jr Las Gemas cdra 4-5, Mz Q, Av 13 de Enero cdra 21-22, Mz W, Coop La Huayrona Mz LNXW, Coop La Huayrona 2 etp Mz B1- D1-E1-H1-Q1, Jr Los Terrazos cdra 21, Ps 10 Mz H, Jr Los Rubies cdra 21, Mz W, Jr Las Turmalinas cdra 5, La Libertad Mz N, Jr Areniscas cdra 5, Av Los Postes Este cdra 3, Jr Canto Rodado cdra 3, Av Lima Mz W, Las Peritas Mz Y.

  • Jesús María (1pm to 4pm)

Ca Parque Pedro La Rosa 139-147 Bloq AB (INMOBILIARIA PARQUE LA ROSA SA).

  • Carabayllo ( 8:30 a.m. a 4:30 p.m.)

Asoc de Viv Pancha Paula etp II Mz B3-B4-B5-B6-B7-C1-C2-C3-C4.

  • Ventanilla (8:30 a.m. a 5 p.m.)

Ahm Villa los Reyes Etp 1 Sct 1 Mz OUY-Ahm Villa los Reyes 4th Sct A-A1-B-B1-CDE.

  • Barranca (8 a.m. a 3 p.m.)

CP Malvarroza, Urb. Santa Catalina Mz N, Jr. San Martin block 1 of the Barranca district.

Thursday August 20

  • Carabayllo (09:30 a.m. a 2:30 p.m. )

C.P Las Piedritas Mz A-C-D-E-G-H.

  • Puente Piedra (9 am to 5:30 pm)

Ampl Slopes Chillon Sct I Mz A Prima 3-1, Ahm Slopes of Chillon Mz A3.

  • San Martín de Porres (8:30 am to 4:30 pm)

Urb Los Lirios Mz LMNOP, Urb San Agustin Mz ABCDEF, Ahm Hijos de de Villa Los Reyes Mz C, Asoc de Viv Las Colinas Mz N, Asoc de Viv Los Nisperos Mz I, Av Colectora S Esquina Ca 6 (Los Portales SA), Urb Sol de Carabayllo III 2nd Etp Mz B1.

Friday August 21

  • Rímac ( 9 a.m. a 6 p.m.)

Ca Arrieta 1 st, Tomas Moya 1 st, Av Los Proceres 7 st, Jr Diego Cordova 1-2 st.

Camelias cdra 1, Ahm Los Viñedos de Carabayllo M BCKMTS, Uruguay cdra 2, Jr Las Margaritas cdra 2, Republic of Peru cdra 13, Av Carabayllo Mz A, Jr Los Gladiolos cdra 3, Av Guillermo de la Fuente cdra 8, Mz M , Ca Bolognesi block 1, Jr Bosques de Huayllay block 2-4, Los Crisantemos block 1, Av Peru block 13, San Martin block 1, A Ugarte block 1, Jr block block 1, Jr Bosque de Huallanay block 3.

  • Ventanilla ( 10 a.m. a 3 p.m.)

AH Las Lomas mzs G5-G6-H1-H3-H4-H5-I2-J2, Ah Corazon De Jesus I Etp mzs I-J-K-M-N-O-P-S.

  • San Martín de Porres (9 am to 5 pm)

AH Santa Catalina mzs ACDE, Proviv Valle Hermoso II mzs M, Proviv Rosales de Oquendo mzs A, Proviv Horizonte Azul Etp III mzs ABC, Proviv Buena Vista II Etp mzs ABCDEFGHIK, Urb Los Parques de Oquendo mzs ABCD, Prog Viv Jazmines de Oquendo mzs BCD, Prog Viv Santa Isabel de Oquendo mzs D, La Ensenada de Oquendo mzs AB, Prog Viv Los Olivos de Oquendo mzs ACD, Prog Diagonal de Oquendo II Etp mzs CD, Residencial Sta Lucia mzs ABCDF, Urb La Alborada mzs EFH, Los Cedros de Oquendo mzs BC, Santa Luisa de Oquendo II mzs C, Asoc Prop Santa Petronila mzs B-CD-FGI, Urb Los Claveles de Oquendo mzs C, Asoc Resd Las Nazarenas mzs BCDE, Las Orquideas de Oquendo mzs AB, Urb EL Paraiso de Oquendo mzs BCK, Urb Resd Las Americas mzs EFK, Proviv Los Algarrobos de Oquendo mzs ABC, Urb Resd La Floresta mzs A, Proviv Las Gardenias de Oquendo mzs D, Proviv Santa Lucila II mzs ABCD, Proviv Las Gardenias de Chuquitanta mzs BCF.

  • Chancay ( 9 a.m. a 3 p.m.)

Cerro La Culebra Mz C, D, J, K, K2, L, F, J, F Calle Micaela Bastidas, Alfonzo Ugarte, Calle Principal, Calle Mariátegui, located in the Chancay district.

Saturday 22 August

  • Comas ( 9:30 a.m. a 3:30 p.m.)

Asoc Las Brisas de Tungasuca mzs ABCD, Urb Resd Esperanza mzs CD, Prog viv Nueva Esperanza mzs C, Huertos de Tungasuca mzs F.

  • Callao ( 09:30 a.m. a 4:30 p.m.)

Urb Albergue Constanzo mzs DEFG, Urb Santa Fe Callao mzs ABCDE, Urb Santa Angela mzs B, Jr Yahcayhuasi Cdra 3, Ca Ama LLuclla Cdra 1, Urb Meliton Carbajal mzs ABD, Carlos Arena Cdra 1, Urb Centenario mzs ABCDEF, Jr Santa Fe Cdra 2-3-4, Av Alfredo Palacios Cdra 5-6, Urb San Martin de Porres mzs G, Jr Luis Miroquezada Cdra 1, Ca Luis Arevalo Cdra 1-2, Ama Quella Cdra 1, Urb Jose Boterin mzs K, Jr Chachayhuasi Cdra 3.

Nueva Estrella Mz. A, B, D, E, F, G, I, K, L, U; La Macarena Mz C, D, E Housing Association; located in the district of Huaral.

Past days

Monday August 17

  • San Miguel (10 a.m. 3 p.m.)

Ca Sucre cdra 1-2, Av Gallesi cdra 4, Av San Miguel cdra 5-6-7-8, Av Alfonso Ugarte cdra 1-2, Av Federico Gallese cdra 5-6-7-8, Av Bertolotto cdra 3-4 , Av Bertolotto 320 (REAL DE BERTOLOTTO SAC), Jr Bolognesi cdra 2, Ca Bolivar cdra 1-2, Jr Ramon Castilla cdra 1-2, Jr Grau cdra 1-2-3, Jr Miguel Grau 120 (CONSTRUCTORA LIPCAN SA), Jr Arica 448 (PARQUE SOL SAC) 467 (GERAMAR CONSTRUCCIONES SAC), Ca Parque Principal cdra 1.

  • Breña (10 a.m. a 4 p.m.)


  • San Martín de Porres (8 am to 5 pm)

Jr Nicolas de Pierola cdra 2-3, Av Eduardo de Habich cdra 6-7, Ca Toribio Rodriguez de Mendoza cdra 2, Jr Mateo Aguilar cdra 2, Ps Nicolas Alcazar cdra 2-3, Ps Hiram Bingham cdra 1-2, Av Alfredo Mendiola 265, Av Lima cdra 13-14, Jr Juan de Ardueza cdra 1, Psj Ardueza cdra 1.

Tuesday, August 18

  • Breña (10 a.m. a 3 p.m.)

Jr Pariacoto cdra 3-4, Jr Yavari cdra 2.

  • Carabayllo (8 a.m. a 6 p.m.)

Urb Santa Maria V etp Mz C2-C3-C4-C6-C7-C8-C9.

  • Barranca (8:30 a.m. a 4:30 p.m.)

AH Buena Vista mz F, G, H, J, K, L; Calatraba Town Center located in the Barranca district.


SJL: people queue to claim the amounts of their electricity bills

SJL: people queue to claim the amounts of their electricity bills



Liga MX. Schedules and where to see live matchday 4 of Guardians 2020

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This Tuesday will be the first double date of the Guard1anes 2020 League MX tournament, day in which there will be three games; Being the Necaxa vs Mazatlán FC the one open day 4 at the Victoria Stadium at 5:00 p.m.

That day is closed by Tigres and Puebla, a duel in which the latter club will not miss the victory in The volcano, well could keep his undefeated streak And best of all: getting the lead, although it depends on what America does.

On Wednesday, August 11, three of the big four will play, the day on which Querétaro receives Cruz Azul, a team that has had a good rhythm since the preseason.

Chivas will visit the border to face FC Juárez, a team that looked good at the start of the tournament. For its part, the Sacred Flock will be commanded by Marcelo Michel Leaño, who is on an interim basis after the dismissal of Luis Fernando Tena.

Pumas will play again in Ciudad Universitaria, a place where you will have to amend your mistakes of the weekend, since let go of the win against the Braves, who had nine men on the court; now they will face a solid team like Monterrey.

Day 4 closes with America vs Santos, games that will still be played in Ciudad Univeristaria and in which the Eagles will go for the win to maintain their lead, but the lagoons will not allow it, as they are eager to add three again.

Where to see day 4 of Guard1anes 2020



Third stage of the IFE: the payment schedule began – News

The National Social Security Administration (Anses) started this Monday the payment schedule for the third round of Emergency Family Income (IFE) with the subscription to the 2.4 million people who also receive a Universal Allowance for Child (AUH) or Pregnancy (AUE).

In total, they will be 8.9 million people who will collect the $ 10,000 from the IFE that, as confirmed by the executive director of Anses, Fernanda Raverta, will finish receiving it in the next 30 business days.

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In this way, the beneficiaries of an AUH or AUE who have documents ending in 0 get paid this Monday, August 10; at 1, on Tuesday 11; on 2, on Wednesday 12; on 3, on Thursday 13, and those completed on 4, on Friday, August 14.

As Monday the 17th is a holiday for the Immortality Pass of Gral. José de San Martín, payments for the documents finalized in 5 would continue on Tuesday the 18th; for those finished in 6, on Wednesday the 19th; at 7, Thursday 20; in 8, on Friday 21, and those ending in 9, on Monday, August 24.

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Although details were not yet given on how the schedule will continue, Raverta assured this week that, once the payment schedule for the AUH and AUE beneficiaries is finalized, there will be another 20 business days for the rest of the people who have to attend charge.

“One is naturalizing it but (the IFE) is something that is unique in the region. It is an aid of $ 90,000 million each time a payment schedule was started. It is important to put the scope of this measure in dimension,” said Raverta in radio statements.

It is important to dimension the scope of this measure

He also pointed out that this third round of payments will be “much more agile because 9 million people have their CBU account”, after the process of bankarization for the close to 3 million people who, in the collection of the first $ 10,000, they had not reported a Uniform Bank Code (CBU).

According to a report by Anses, of the almost 9 million people who receive the IFE, 5.6 million beneficiaries (61.7%) are informal workers or are unemployed; 2.4 million receive an AUH or AUE; 0.7 million (7.8%) are monotax of categories A, B or social monotax; 0.18 million (2.1%) are workers in private homes and 0.12 million (1.4%) are holders of Progresar.

By age, the analysis of IFE coverage also showed that of the total Argentine population between 18 and 24 years old, 52% accessed the $ 10,000 bonus; while within the range between 25 and 34 years, 44% are beneficiaries of the aid.

Regarding the geographical distribution, although the IFE reaches about 19.5% of the total population of the country, when analyzing its penetration in the different provinces, a marked focus was observed on those with the highest social indicators. situation of vulnerability.

The provinces that have the highest amount of benefits granted according to their total population were: Chaco (28.9%), Santiago del Estero (28.6%) and Formosa (27.1%).

On the other hand, a report from the National University of Avellaneda (Undav) indicated that 66.2% of the country’s families accessed the IFE in recent months, which implied an outlay of $ 264,000 million by the national government, equivalent to 1.07% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

To know the dates, collection places and other details about the IFE, you can enter, with the DNI number, from the Anses website: www.anses.gob.ar/ife.


Tonight, Chile will see a great ‘Occultation’ of Mars on the Moon: check the schedule for your city | Technology

On Sunday August 9, that is, in a few more hours, there will be a Hiding the planet Mars by the Moon, an event that can be seen throughout the southern part of Chilean territory at dawn.

As detailed by Arturo Gómez, ex-astrofotographer from Cerro Tololo, to BioBioChile this occurs when a celestial body, in this case the planet that follows Earth in the solar system, it passes behind the aforementioned satellite and disappears for a few minutes or hours.

This astronomical phenomenon will be seen from several countries in South America as Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Chile.

In the case of the national territory, Gómez indicated that this can be observed from the commune of Chillán to the south. In the central zone, meanwhile, Mars will be seen on one side of the Moon.

“Although the phenomenon can be observed with the naked eye, the use of binoculars will help a better vision of the astronomical phenomenon”, the expert pointed out.

To which he adds: “It is not necessary to wear protectors in our eyes, as in the case of solar eclipses that have occurred”

The Moon will rise over the Andes Mountains at 00:30 hours and the planet Mars will be seen to one side of the natural satellite.

The hours of the occultation of Mars will be:

Chillán: 03:45 hours.

Los Angeles: 03:39 hours.

Temuco: 03:30 hours.

Valdivia: 03:27 hours.

Osorno: 03:23 hours.

Puerto Montt: 03:20 hours.

Coyhaique: 03:10 hours.

Punta Arenas: 04.04 hours.

Likewise, Mars will reappear in the sky at the following times:

Chillán: 04:00 hours.

Los Angeles: 04:03 a.m.

Temuco: 04:08 hours.

Valdivia: 04:09 hours.

Puerto Montt: 04:13 hours.

Coyhaique: 04:20 hours.

Punta Arenas: 05:23 am.


Peak and ID today, August 6 | What days can I go out in Bogotá – Bogotá

Bogotá will continue, for now, with peak and ID during the month of August. Remember that this is a measure ordered by the Mayor’s Office to regulate the flow of people in certain scenarios and, thus, avoid crowds and the risk of covid-19 infection.

Below we explain in detail how it works:

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How does it work and what days do I have?

People who have IDs completed in even numbers may not be issued on even days to activities that we will mention in the next question.

For example, if it is August 2, people whose ID numbers end in 0, 2, 4, 6, and 8 have a peak and ID.

On the other hand, people who have identity cards finished in an odd number, they will not be able to leave on odd days to carry out activities that we will mention in the next question.

This being the case, if it is August 3, people whose ID numbers end in 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 have a peak and an ID.

What activities do you restrict?

The day you have a peak and a certificate you can go out to work. But it regulates activities such as “the acquisition and payment of goods and services, the purchase of any retail and wholesale product, banking, financial and notary services, customer service in public entities, and the provision of any other type of services except those health, pharmacy and funeral services. ”

In general, you should avoid doing activities other than working and prefer to leave the paperwork for the day that you can leave, depending on the peak and ID.

Who can be exempt from pico and cedula?

According to Decree 169, they are exempt from peak and ID:

“to the notarial, banking, financial and administrative services and procedures that for their realization require the simultaneous appearance of two or more people.

b.) The person who supports older adults, people with disabilities or patients with special treatments that require accompaniment to carry out activities or procedures.

c) To duly identified medical personnel and others related to the provision of the health service “.

Do you apply the pick and ID to go to work?

The bill and ID does not apply to go out to work. In other words, you can easily move around the city if your work is among the exceptions of the National Government.

Anyway, for security, Bring with you some document or proof that links you to your work: a card, a letter, an identification, etc.
contagion ”, explained Mayor Claudia López regarding the issue.

What if I have an emergency?

Force majeure cases are excluded from the rule. Medical appointments and other health related activities are also exempt.

Are there peak and schedule in the quarantine by localities?

Yes. And the peak and ID continues to function throughout the city.

What day is my peak and ID in August?

Next, we indicate how the peak and ID would look this month:

August 3: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 4: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August 5: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 6: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August 7: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 8: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August 9: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 10: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August 11th: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 12th: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August 13: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 14: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August 15th: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 16th: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August 17: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 18: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August 19th: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 20th: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August 21: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 22: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August 23rd: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 24: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August 25th: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 26: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August 27: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 28: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August 29: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
August 30: 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8
August, 31: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9

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The Ministry of communications has issued a schedule of the export flight prior to July 1,:: Society :: RBC

The Ministry has published the schedule of export of flights from 20 June to 1 July. It is housed in the Ministry of Telegram channel for the removal of the Russians from abroad in connection with the pandemic coronavirus.

The date of the 32 planned flight. On 20 June the Russians evacuated from Osh (Kyrgyzstan), Ho Chi Minh city (Vietnam) and Tashkent. The next day scheduled flight to Moscow from Bishkek, Chisinau and Belgrade and from Tashkent to Ekaterinburg.

June 22 will be five flights on route Phuket — Novosibirsk — Moscow — Saint-Petersburg, Bangkok — Novosibirsk — Moscow — Petersburg, Larnaca, Moscow, Dushanbe — Novosibirsk — Ekaterinburg and tel Aviv — Moscow.

The Russian Embassy reported cases of foreigners for export from USA

On June 23, scheduled flights from Tehran to Moscow from Tashkent to St. Petersburg with transfer in Moscow, and also two flights from Yerevan to Kaluga and Voronezh. On June 24 scheduled flights Hong Kong — Vladivostok and Yerevan — Rostov-on-don.


Phase 2: return to school in Valle d’Aosta, also from May – Valle d’Aosta

At the exam of the Executive. Councilor, particular region conditions

The Valle d’Aosta regional council is examining a “return plan” to schools which does not exclude the return to class in May and throughout June, but which also looks to September. The councilor for education Chantal Certan reiterated that “the social aspect and the role of the school must be taken into account for the families who have to leave”. “I don’t know the situations of schools in other regions – he added – but in Valle d’Aosta 80% of the classes (or 820 out of over 1,100) have less than 20 pupils, there are mountain schools with a teacher-pupil ratio from one to three to one to five. The conditions are particular, therefore it is possible to plan to return with reduced hours and numbers. In this regard, a first draft of the Return Plan, with a health protocol, is under examination by the Government regional”.
“We believe that doing this type of work – said the President of the Region, Renzo Testolin – can be positive in order not to find ourselves late, even if the opening will be in September. A process of discussion and sharing with the school leaders and with local authorities “.