The government agency seized merchandise in three semi-fixed premises, for not complying with the notification to suspend activities due to the health emergency
Acapulco, Gro., May 16, 2020.- To avoid the congestion of pedestrian accesses where more COVID-19 infections may occur, the Directorate of Public Roads maintains constant surveillance operations so that sellers of non-essential products suspend activities due to the phase three of the health emergency.
In an operation carried out this Saturday, in the Vicente Guerrero boulevard, the merchandise was seized in three establishments where huaraches, bags, beauty articles, and gifts were sold, which were notified days ago to suspend activities but relapsed, reported the director of the agency, Iván Hernández Caballero.
Mayor Adela Román Ocampo instructed all municipal agencies to apply measures that lead to reduced mobility in public spaces, and to guarantee a healthy distance between people to contain the spread of COVID-19, measures that have been reinforced in phase three due to the exponential growth of epidemic outbreaks.
Hernández Caballero said that notifications and the recall of vendors offering non-essential products will continue, as part of preventive actions against COVID-19, to reduce human mobility in public space and prevent more infections from the new Coronavirus.
The Mazatlan Post