Prevention measures are reinforced in Mazatlan markets

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- With only 2 accesses in operation, the José María Pino Suárez Market in Mazatlán restricts access to its customers as part of the measures to counteract contagions by Covid-19.

Alejandro Bernal Reyes, president of the Union of Tenants of this commercial compound, acknowledged that, the prevention measures are “hardened” with the control of the people who enter the market to make their purchases.

Alejandro Bernal Reyes, president of the Union of Tenants of the José María Pino Suárez Market in Mazatlán (Photo: OEM)

Bernal Reyes said: “Only 50 people can come into the market, as one customer leaves, we let another come in, until the sales hours end, working hours are from 5 in the morning to 7 in the afternoon.

Bernal Reyes, mentioned that for some people, such measures are uncomfortable, although they must be responsible to avoid the coronavirus to spread.

Source: OEM

The Mazatlan Post