Although in Sinaloa it is at a red light due to the Covid-19 pandemic, since last Monday the economy began to reactivate in Olas Altas and in the first square of the city; some shops like La Fonda de Chalio raised their curtains.
After two months of being on hiatus, they began to work again, although with certain health protocols imposed by CANIRAC.
Other shops that previously did not have table service now do.
On the other hand, in the first table of the city it was possible to notice more influx of people, different merchants indicated that the increase began on June 1, the day that the “new normality” began for some municipalities of the Mexican Republic, but not for Sinaloa.
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