The BCR reported that during the month of February El Salvador received US$873.9 million in "family remittances", representing an increase of 8.8%, higher by US$71 million over the previous year, reported the BCR.
The Association of Distributors of El Salvador (ADES), explained that they are working to ensure the supply of products and supplies of primary need, due to the national emergency in which the country is by the pandemic, Coronavirus, Covid-19.
This morning several neighborhoods or people were affected by small interruptions of internet and electricity; however after the announcement of the closing of the Call Centers there was uncertainty to generate the claims.
Huawei, a leading global provider of information and communication technology (ICT) solutions, has developed several tools that have enabled COVID-19 to be detected, and analyzed more quickly, and efficiently in China.
El Salvador's airstrips will remain closed for the next two weeks, according to salvadoran President Nayib Bukele. The closure will take effect at midnight this Tuesday, March 17.