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New measures imposed in SMA to avoid Covid-19 contagion

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San Miguel de Allende .- In order to avoid as much as possible the increase in the number of infections by Covid-19 in this municipality, the local government decided to carry out a series of new measures that will come into effect starting on Monday, January 11th.

This, after holding a virtual working meeting between the municipal president Luis Alberto Villareal García , with the Health Cabinet, in agreement with the State Health Secretary.

Therefore, within the measures that will come into force, it is highlighted that the hours of sale of alcoholic beverages in restaurants will be until 8:00 at night, maintaining their respective service closures until 10:30 at night, retaining a capacity of only 50 percent.

Likewise, keeping ‘Ley Seca‘ (Dry Law), for the sale of alcohol in closed bottles from Friday 5:00 in the afternoon and extending to Saturday and Sunday, resuming the sale of alcoholic beverages on Monday at 12: 00 noon.

In addition, sanitary filters will be reinforced in the different accesses to the city to prevent the mobility of the virus from one city to another, and the celebration of events of any kind will also be suspended; social or business events, conventions, and festivities, all these types of events are prohibited in accordance with state and federal provisions.

It also stands out that the hotels will continue to operate at 50 percent of their capacity, and worship centers, spas and parks, will operate at 30 percent of capacity. Markets and flea markets, which are permanent in the municipality wil be constantly monitored.

Finally, it was highlighted that non-compliance with the sanitary provisions and protocols will result in the cancellation of the “Primero Salud” certification, thereby forcing the closure of businesses.

San Miguel Newsroom

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