Coronavirus status report April 17 th : Migratory birds reach the beaches of the coast
Today, April 17, according to Minsa, there are known 13,489 confirmed cases and 300 deaths by COVID-19. The government therefore continues to take drastic measures such as fining those who do not abide by social isolation mandate, in order to try to control this pandemic. Peru continues to have its borders closed, as well as, all unessential businesses. However, not all the news is bad, we have seen with gratitude that nature is present in the absence of man and gives us views as thousands of migratory seabirds that arrive in huge flocks to beaches that have traditionally been frequently visited in Lima. The beaches look clean and the color is beautiful. In Ilo, there has been reported the presence of sea wolves, accompanied by pelicans and seagulls around the city. We continue to encourage all in the fight against coronavirus by accepting the mandates of the government and having patience. Stay home and so we can overcome these unfortunate circumstances.
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