The president Dina Boluarte announced this Tuesday that remote work will resume due to the climate emergency due to the rains generated by Cyclone Yaku.
“The job remote in State entities with the exceptions of the minimum personnel decided by the holder of the specifications. The private sector is called upon to implement, likewise, remote work,” he said in his message to the nation.
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The announcement comes in the midst of a red alert in Metropolitan Lima due to the rains on the coast, which trigger landslides that are recorded in various locations.
Another of the measures dictated by boluarte for the next 24 hours are the suspension of school and university classes in the capital, as well as restricted access to the Jorge Chávez International Airport.
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