On phase 3 the call to stay home continues: Mazatlan Municipal Transit Department


Francisco Guerra González warns that the number of police officers on public roads has increased in recent days for better surveillance.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The country continues in a critical stage of phase three due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and citizens should not let their guard down before the day of social distancing that staying at home implies, warned the Deputy Director of Municipal Transit, Francisco Guerra González.

The official said that in recent days there has been an increase in the number of vehicles that transit the streets of the city, so that constantly, randomly and without prior notice, the Ministry of Public Security and Municipal Traffic continues to implement inspections so that no more than three people move in cars, and only one on motorcycles.

He considered that this week, around 40 percent of the city’s vehicles are out on the streets and avenues, which represents an increase compared to the number of units that were circulating at the beginning of the preventive campaign for Covid-19, which was somewhere between 20 to 30 percent of the car registry.

The Deputy Director of Municipal Transit said that this weekend the behavior of citizens will be analyzed, every motorist who could be out on the street on a non-essential activity will be stopped.

Finally , he added that the number of accidents have been significantly reduced, since thereused to be an average of 12 per day, and today the average went down to three a day

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