the Government of Peru will allow tourists free access to the sanctuary of the Incas Machu Picchu, as well as a number of other archaeological sites and natural areas. This decision was made to reinvigorate the tourism affected by the pandemic coronavirus.

Specifies that the free access will be granted to civil servants, children and adolescents, the elderly, regardless of their citizenship, RIA Novosti reported. The cancellation of entrance fee will be effective from the first of July to the 31st December 2020, while the object access must be subject to new protocols of health.

In the number of archaeological monuments, in addition to Machu Picchu, are the lines and geoglyphs of Nazca, the city of Chan-Chan, belonging to pre-Columbian Chimu culture, as well as archaeological excavations Kuala. Besides the archeological monuments will be opened free access to the national parks of the Amazon, Tambopata, Pacaya Samiria national Park of Manu and others.

According to recent reports, Peru was 68.8 per thousands of infections, died 1961 people.