Dominican Republic: Dominican roads are clear and more docile neighborhoods with the curfew

As of 7:00 p.m. when the curfew began in Greater Santo Domingo, activity in the popular neighborhoods suddenly stopped and its residents took shelter inside their homes, although some others went out onto the sidewalks. On this occasion, it seems that they learned the lesson that if they remain distant from their neighbors, they have less risk of getting infected.

In the colonial zone, Santa Bárbara, San Carlos, Villa Francisca, Don Bosco, and Centro de Los Héroes, the movement of people was nil or almost nil, however, on roads such as 27 de Febrero and Máximo Gómez, traffic remains important, and the drivers, to escape being audited, invent several excuses to convince the authorities, like “I had a flat tire, the vehicle has been turned off several times, the plug caught me,” among others that are not believed. The avenues Independencia, Winston Churchill, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Sarasota, Rómulo Betancourt, Bolívar, Ortega y Gasset, among others, were solitary.


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