South Of Peru Is Declared In State Of Emergency Because Of Heavy Rains


An official text signed by President Martín Vizcarra on Wednesday declared the State of Emergency for a period of 60 days in several areas in southern Peru.

The decision to declare the emergency was made because of several rivers that have flooded, landslides and heavy rains.

The districts that were declared as in an emergency are located in the southern region of Ayacucho.

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