Dry Law in the CDMX on weekends will be to avoid contagion of covid-19

MEXICO CITY

The head of government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, reported that this Friday they will announce what will be the first eight mayors that have decided to implement the Prohibition in their territory as of this weekend.

The foregoing said, to combat the increase in infections by Covid-19 that has led to the number of hospitalizations for this disease not giving up and continuing to rise.

He said he hopes that all 16 mayors will join this measure, which is expected to inhibit mass meetings and gatherings.

“We are in an agreement with all the mayors, the mayors, we are seeing if it is at the same time at 16 o’clock or first eight and eight, according to different meetings that we have been having, but there will be some implementation to avoid that there are more parties. So we are going to announce it tomorrow and eight of the city halls have made the decision to advance on the issue of Prohibition, only on weekends, “he said.

On the other hand, the capital president said that also, together with a group of businessmen, tomorrow he will report new preventive measures to mitigate the spread of the disease.

Regarding the QR code in restaurants and with which it is sought to expand the health fence to isolate the sick and contacts of people positive for covid-19 in time, Sheinbaum Pardo pointed out that it is not something mandatory and those establishments that do not implement they will not be sanctioned, although he said, the majority have agreed to participate in this action.

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