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Families of four, five or more integral are part of a large lane that is formed at the entrance of the Parade Centenario de la Aerovía, in the center of Guayaquil.

Pese al sol y la humedad por la lluvia de anoche, ciudadanos esperaban su turno par ingresar a este transportation system that connects to the main port with Durán. Lots of people are moving centimeters away from the distance or not using the mascara of this form that the tapas la nariz.

It is the second day that there is an agglomeration of people in this sector. On Saturday, December 26, the Municipal Transit Authority (ATM) pronounced on the actions taken: “We are stepping up checks to ensure distance, the interior of the cabin is controlled and moving 5 people in each; we have the most effective places in the Centenary Plaza and 4 mosquitoes that are the ones most visitors are receiving ”.

According to the ATM Press Department, the controls are carried out by civilian transit and socialization agents, who meet the persons to complete the distance. They are supported by the Poma-Sofratesa Consortium.

“We are eager to respect the use of the obligatory mascara, we drink alcohol at the entrance of the stations and at the entrance of the cabins”, said Dominique Giacinti, managing director of Communications of the group Sofratesa-Poma and member of the Directorate of Consorcio de Guos.

When the user enters the paradise he does not take the temperature, as he does in other places. Please note that this complicates the fluidity of the service: “The level of logistics complicated series take the temperature a todo el mundo “.

It says that the consortium is preoccupied with the agglomeration of persons.

“We will not reduce the number of passengers, but we will facilitate the access to avoid the lanes, laying paper sheets for the people to enter more quickly”, details the consortium official who manages the aerosus transport system.

Giancinti invites the citizens to reflect on the potential risks of agglomerations. (I)