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Last Monday, July 20, President Danilo Medina once again declared a state of emergency throughout the national territory for 45 days. This information was shared by the government spokesman, Roberto Rodríguez Marchena, through his Twitter account.
“President Danilo Medina declares the national territory in a state of emergency for a period of 45 days starting today, July 20, 2020, due to the recent epidemiological evolution of COVID-19,” said the government’s director of communications. In the tweet, you can also see images of the Decree 265-20. Later that day the curfew schedules were published; In La Romana, the hours will be from Monday to Friday from 7 pm to 5 am; and Saturdays and Sundays from 5 pm to 5 am.
On Tuesday, the High-Level Commission for the Prevention and Control of coronavirus in the country ordered the closure of gyms, the prohibition of visitors to the stores where alcoholic beverages are sold, as well as the limitation of operations in restaurants, that require returning to the “delivery and take out” format, receiving their clients on terraces or open spaces and respecting social distancing policies.
Likewise, and until further notice rivers and public swimming pools are closed, although access to public beaches will be allowed, respecting the social distance measures.
How does this affect Casa de Campo
Yesterday Costasur published its most recent communication where they share the measures to be taken by the community after these updates. Following the resolutions established by the Public Health authorities, the use of face masks in the public areas of the resort, and in spaces where there is the interaction between people is mandatory. They also emphasize maintaining physical distance, hygiene with frequent hand washing, and the application of antibacterial gel when the use of soap and water is not possible.
They remind the community of the measures and safety protocols established when opening the complex on July 1st, to prevent the spread of infection among users of the beach, tennis courts, golf courses, restaurants, and any amenities in the area. Click here to read all the protocols.
In keeping with the requirements established by the authorities, all restaurants and bars in Casa de Campo will be operating on their usual schedule, as part of the tourist destination, with the implementation of prevention and safety protocols.
Please note the following information:
- Employee transportation: Monday to Friday from 6 am to 5 pm, Saturdays and Sundays 6 am to 3 pm. The transportation of La Marina will have no variation.
- Costasur will be maintaining the daily practice of monitoring temperature before their entry to the project.
- Sunix fuel station: Monday to Friday from 7am to 5pm, Saturdays and Sundays 7am to 3pm.