The Iguaçu National Park, where the Iguaçu Falls are located, in the west of Paraná, reopened, at about 9 am this Tuesday (4).Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the site was closed.
According to the park administrators, the reopening will be gradual and following the protocols of the World Health Organization . One of the measures is that 350 people will be able to move per hour on site.
The park will operate from Tuesday to Sunday with some health care such as disposal of alcohol gel and mandatory use of a mask. Opening hours will be from 9am to 4pm.
For the first time in the history of the Iguaçu Falls, the month of July, which is typical of visitors because of the school holidays in July, did not receive any tourists. In July last year, for example, 225,588 people visited the site.