From the PASO elections until today, the national government took a large number of measures regarding some issues related to the restrictions that had been decreed by the pandemic. For this reason, many events that the public could not attend were finally able to do so, and this generated all kinds of opinions. Among those who were critical about it appears the name of Paula Chaves, who through his social networks made public his discomfort with a particular situation that he lived with his daughter Olivia’s teacher.
Through her Instagram stories, the host of “Bake Off Argentina” I reflected on the return of people to different places such as soccer fields, recitals or discos. After the educator made a gesture with her daughter, Paula herself was in charge of expressing her position: “Query: I just saw how a teacher makes Oli pull up his chinstrap while outdoors. I saw a field full of people without a chinstrap. Is the chinstrap still protocol outdoors? Beyond what this woman could have thought in which that girl has been wearing a chinstrap for 8 hours and that she was about to leave school, but hey, that’s another matter. “
But this was not all, since in another story that I published, Paula He continued to refer to the subject, and with great irony he questioned some of the decisions taken by the corresponding authorities, which seemed incoherent: “Not to mention the open clubs. And the children with chinstraps 8 hours a day. When do the protocols change?” . It should be remembered that only two weekends ago the restrictions were lifted, and what many criticized was the failure to comply with the stipulated capacity.
As for work, Keys live a good present with the return of the famous reality show that is carried out on the Telefe screen. These days it was finally confirmed what the end date of the same will be, which will give way to the third season of “MasterChef Celebrity”. On November 7, the brand new champion of this competition will be known, and although it is not so long until that day, viewers are increasingly expectant.