PNP protects surroundings of Jorge Chávez airport
This Tuesday, the PNP came out to protect the main avenues of Callao in the presence of dozens of protesters trying to reach the Jorge Chávez airport.
Vandalism continues in Cusco
A group of vandals who were accompanying protesters threw stones at public transport buses that were circulating on Av. de la Cultura. Carriers feel threatened by this group of attackers.
Cusco protected by the PNP
Protesters approach Jorge Chávez airport
Hundreds of protesters are passing through Tomas Valle avenue very close to the Jorge Chávez airport.
Arequipa gets ready for a new march
This Tuesday, January 31, the people of Arequipa meet in the main square to start their tour as part of the march that they continue to demand changes in the government of Dina Boluarte.
fuel shortage continues
Thousands of people from Puerto Maldonado travel to the border with Brazil to stock up on fuel because this element is scarce in the region or they can barely sell it a gallon.
Puerto Maldonado: Residents travel to Brazil to stock up on fuel due to shortages | 24 hours
Traffic is normalized on the Panamericana Sur
After the military and police unblocked the Panamericana Sur on Monday afternoon, the thousands of vehicles stranded for six days in Ica were able to reach their destinations and today traffic is back to normal thanks to the strong police and military contingent that is in various sections of route.
Normal traffic on the Panamericana Sur highway, in Ica | America TV
Access road to Callejó de Huaylas blocked
Residents block the Caraz-Huaraz road. They have placed stones and sticks to prevent the passage of transport. Several tourist services to the Callejón de Huaylas and the Yungay cemetery have had to suspend their departures.
Block the road Huaraz – Caraz in Ancash | RPP TV
Ticket sales resume
Given the unblocking of some access roads to Pucallpa, trips to Lima from this city resumed as of today. Traffic is expected to continue to normalize so that food and fuel also enter the area.
Ticket sales resume at bus terminals in Pucallpa | america tv
Regions on red alert
Sunass reported that in the coming days several regions of Peru would be left without drinking water due to roadblocks that prevent the transfer of chemical supplies for water treatment: Apurímac, Cusco, Arequipa, Puno and other departments are the ones that would suffer the most. of this lack.
Regions of the country on red alert due to shortages of drinking water | RPP TV
Moquegua runs out of LPG
The taps in the Moquegua region have been without LPG supplies for a week due to the road blockade. Hundreds of cars have been standing in long lines for several days so that they can refuel.
Moquegua faucets without LPG for a week | RPP TV
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