San Juan .- The governor of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rossello, today imposed a curfew of seven hours for , Tuesday during Halloween. The curfew was imposed as a way of security for the citizens in the absence of electricity on the island caused by Hurricane Maria.
According to a tweet by the mayors office, “to ensure the safety of citizens,” the curfew will be between 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday morning, Efe reported.
Rosselló had already imposed several curfews during the aftermath off the devastating hurricane.=.
The first decree came same day Maria made landfall September on September 20th.
That was of twelve hours, between the 18.00 of the day 20 to the 06.00 of the following day.
That curfew, the governor extended it until September 24, although it was modified later hours of the night and earlier hours of the next day.
The measure, however, the governor terminated on October 18, as a way for Puerto Ricans to enjoy the World Series of Baseball, which play several players in the court and has helped businesses can operate until late at night.
Therefore, the new curfew for tomorrow, Tuesday, has been criticized, as it will be when it celebrates the sixth game of the final series between the Houston Astros and the Los Angeles Dodgers.