Interprovincial transport in Peru
As we know, in Peru, since March 15, 2020, the country entered a state of emergency, taking all trade, transportation, and food activities, among others, as paused. Transportation is one of the areas where most people have been affected. Many of the people had to stay in the city where they were without being able to return to their place of origin. We could see how desperate people were that some even decided to return to their cities on foot. So much was the anguish for the people that the government prepared humanitarian trips for those who really needed it. Definitely, the transport sector has been strongly affected from people who need to travel to people who work daily as drivers or terramozas to offer the best service to people. Transport is expected to reactivate in the country from July, of course, with new measures and protocols to guarantee the health of all people.
What are the exceptions to travel?
In order to travel you will have to meet the following requirements. Eventual permit for the transport of people, has a maximum term of ten calendar days. You must have a simple request with general data, a simple, photostatic or electronic copy of the contract or order received by the carrier in which the provision of the eventual transportation service is requested and to make a payment for the right of processing in the Banco de la Nación.
When will interprovincial trips return?
Interprovincial travel in the country is contemplated to return on the first week of July. This information is not accurate yet, on June 24 there will be a council of ministers where the future of the country will be decided in various sectors such as the revival of transport.
What are Humanitarian Travels?
Humanitarian trips are those trips that the state made available to those who needed to travel urgently to return to their countries or cities of origin, as well as work reasons. Humanitarian trips were opened according to the need of people to choose a common destination where there are large numbers of people and the trip can be very well used.
Security measures necessary for interprovincial travel
There are two types of security measures. Both for the workers of each bus company and for the people who will use this service. For the workers, the measures taken by the companies are: personnel with masks, disinfected buses, provision of hand sanitizers, temperature controls In the case of people traveling, the measures to be taken will be: mandatory masks, do not travel if you have symptoms, bring your own blankets.