This January 14 will be non-working day in Lara state, even though the procession number 165 of the Divina Pastora will not take place by the coronavirus pandemic and the pilgrimage it will be done virtually.
This is how he made it known Adolfo Pereira, civil servant who occupies the Lara Governorate, who through his social networks shared an image with the announcement and the recommendations that must be fulfilled during the day.
It specifies that the movement of people in the streets will be from 7 in the morning until 6 in the afternoon, it prohibits the carrying of weapons, crowds and the sale of alcoholic beverages.
“With faith, love, devotion and a lot of discipline, let us accompany the Excelsa Patrona this # 14Jan from our homes. Let us join in prayer to ask Divina Pastora to end the pandemic, “Pereira wrote on his Twitter account, while pointing out that preventing the spread of COVID-19” is everyone’s job.
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