Despite the announcement of the gradual restoration of service in the eight affected municipalities in the department, The mayor of the capital of Quindía, José Manuel Ríos, was emphatic in affirming that the measures established, such as raising the pick and plate for taxi drivers and postponing the day without a car and without a motorcycle They will be maintained until the situation is fully normalized.
He stressed that with the taxi drivers they will wait for the g service to be 100%As natural vehicle and with the day that by law must be held, they will establish meetings to define a new date.
In the same way the president of the inter-union committee of the department, Uriel Orjuela celebrated the announcement of the company providing the service to return to normality and reduce the economic effects specifically in the gastronomic sector. He assured that All the contingency made it clear that there is no defined plan B so it is essential to implement it so that such chaotic situations do not re-register.
President of the inter-union committee, Uriel Orjuela
For her part, the dAcodrés Director, Diana Galvis, recognized that the complexities for the sector are high because the absence of gas generates higher operating costs. He said that the establishments registered losses of 5 to 6 million pesos per day that they were closed, so the announcement of the restoration of the service is hopeful. He stressed that all this panorama is added to the collapse of the El Alambrado bridge and the alert of the Nevado del Ruiz volcano due to the restrictions in the natural park of the snow-capped mountains.
Director of Acodres, Diana Galvis
It is worth noting that according to Efigas, which is the company that provides the service, is 69% normal in the department.
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