The Municipality of San Juan de Lurigancho (SJL) carried out an operation and prevented the holding of a musical concert inside the Sarita Colonia market, located at the 11th block of Av. Fernando Wiesse.
Through a statement, the commune explained that the intervention took place because it was a massive event that was going to take place in unsanitary conditions and with the absence of biosafety protocols, violating the sanitary regulations of the pandemic of the COVID-19.
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The establishment, where the cumbia singers were to perform Marisol and Bryan Arámbulo, was intervened by Serenazgo agents and personnel from the Control, Operations and Sanctions Sub-management.
The Municipality of San Juan de Lurigancho indicated that, during the intervention, municipal agents surrounded the external part of the market and prevented the entry of people. Those who were inside were invited to leave to allow the development of the stage.
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On the other hand, the SJL commune also took part in another massive party at the Trébol sports hall, located in the Mariátegui area.
In both cases, the premises were temporarily closed and an administrative sanction and the payment of a fine corresponding to 1 UIT (S / 4,400) were imposed.
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