Making a statement to the press, Boluarte stated that they switched from the orange alert level to the red alert. used his statements.
Noting that the Chillon, Rimac and Lurin rivers passing through Lima are at risk of overflowing, Boluarte announced that an expert search and rescue team will be deployed in the region.
Boluarte, asking citizens to postpone their travels, said, “The government has approved three levels of permanent coordination. We want citizens to be calm and cautious against the impact of the hurricane.” said.
Prime Minister Alberto Otarola also warned the public against the devastating effect of the hurricane, “The measures taken will be at the service of citizens in the Lima and Callao region for 24 hours.” made its assessment.
According to the Peruvian press, Hurricane Yaku, which formed in the Pacific Ocean, is expected to be effective on the coasts of the country from tonight.