San Miguel de Allende.- Al businesses that manage the reservation system must generate a QR Code for their clients that justifies their entry into the municipality.
This measure seeks to reinforce the actions that maintain San Miguel de Allende as a #DestinoEjemplar, with one of the lowest rates of infections by Covid-19 in the country.
This initiative was approved by the City Council during Ordinary Session LXI as an addition to the Protocols for the Reopening of Economic Activities in the municipality. Hotels, restaurants, event organizers, and all establishments that operate a reservation system will generate this QR Code and send it to the visitor.
In the sanitary filters of entry to the municipality, the assigned personnel will scan the code to check that it is in the database of the premises in question and that visitors are allowed access after verifying the passengers temperature and the use of face masks.
The objective of these actions is to maintain San Miguel de Allende as a safe tourist destination, always at the forefront with measures that prioritize the health and life of San Miguel residents.
Likewise, the collegiate body approved the modification of numerals in the Regulations for the Organization of Weddings, Social Events and Conventions, and for the Operation of the Venues where they are held.
It should be remembered that the reactivation began on August 27 under strict compliance with health measures and protocols, in addition to registering the corresponding event with the Secretary of Government and City Council to grant the necessary permits.
The organizers will be able to run the event as long as they have personnel authorized and certified by the municipal authority.
In the modification of these guidelines, it highlights that the events will take place until 10:30 p.m. In addition, and a maximum number of people will be allowed including, attendees and staff:
In closed areas:
- From August 27, 2020, to September 2, 2020, a maximum of 60 people.
- From September 3 to 9, 2020, a maximum of 80 people.
- From September 10 to 17, 2020, maximum 120 and,
- From September 18, 2020, onwards, a maximum of 90 people.
In open spaces or outdoor spaces:
- From August 27, 2020, to September 2, 2020, a maximum of 100 people.
- From September 3 to 9, 2020, a maximum of 130 people.
- From September 10 to 17, 2020, maximum 200 and,
- From September 18, 2020, onwards, a maximum of 150 people.
Finally, the organizers must generate a database of attendees to provide contact information to the health authorities, in case of risk of contagion by Covid-19.
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