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eight mayors of the CDMX have a prohibition legislation to fight COVID-19

This measure comes into effect on November 20th.

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November
19, 2020

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This story originally appeared on Alto Nivel

The Prime Minister of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum , confirmed that from next weekend the dry law will be imposed in several delimitations of the capital, due to the rise in COVID-19 infections, which authorities attribute to gatherings and parties in private homes and the operation of bars.

“We agree with all the municipalities, we'll see if it's at the same time. Yes, there will be an implementation. 8 of the town halls have moved on this weekend on the issue of the ban. "Sheinbaum Pardo said at a press conference.

At the beginning of the health emergency due to COVID-19, several mayors of the densely populated capital imposed a dry law that was to be withdrawn later in August / Image: Depositphotos.com

According to media reports The municipalities that would start suspending alcoholic beverages from November 20 are Xochimilco, Venustiano Carranza, Iztacalco, Iztapalapa, Cuajimalpa and Cuauhtémoc.

At the beginning of the health emergency due to COVID-19, several mayors of the densely populated capital imposed a drought law that was to be withdrawn later in August.

The official added that tomorrow Friday they will provide more details on measures taken to curb the acceleration of COVID-19 infections.

Last week, the Mexico City government announced that they would do so in light of the increase in hospital stays due to COVID-19 Introduce other restrictions in the capital to reduce the risk of infection, such as: B. opening times of cinemas and theaters until 7 p.m. : 00 hours .

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