Women who work for companies that grant loans and vouchers for footwear, state that with the contingency due to the COVID-19 pandemic, their clients have no money to pay them.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa (April 14, 2020).- Dozens of women chantd “We need your support”, while they demonstrated in front of the municipal palace to request the intervention of the mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, with the companies with which they work, to give them an extension to pay the voucher loans.
The women work for companies that grant loans and vouchers for footwear, but now with the contingency for COVID-19 their clients do not have money.
They are also afraid of being infected with coronavirus and want to stay home as the government ordered.
They say that their clients are going to pay, but they ask for an extension.
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