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Status Updates 4/14/20

Posted by Andrew Ho on April 14, 2020 at 7:40 AM

Countries updated in this post: Peru




Ports/Warehouses: Country-wide
Risk Level: Yellow
Status: Curfew extended
The Peruvian government extended its lockdown and curfew until April 26. The government projects that the highest peak of the outbreak will occur during that timeframe, primarily driven by the spread in Lima. This measure poses certain obstacles for the start of the Peru 2020 harvest, mostly impacting low altitude coffees at present. Sources still expect the Peruvian government to eventually issue an official exemption for coffee, just as it has with other agricultural sectors.


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Topics: Peru, COVID-19, South America, Risk: Yellow