Culiacán Mayor Jesús Estrada Ferreiro argued that motels represent an imminent risk of contagion
Culiacán, Sinaloa .- For the mayor of Culiacán, Jesús Estrada Ferreiro, the motels are still not essential in the new normality, therefore, he said that they are waiting for the indication of the health sector according to the Covid-19 traffic light. to reopen.
“If the traffic lights are still red, the powers to do so end, I recommended and I have to admit that motels are not opened in the first stage.”
“The theme of motels is a different subject from hotels, a motel room is rented up to 5 times a day for hours, and what they are going to do there is not an essential necessity, it is an imminent risk of contagion, no way to say that little ones are going to talk because it is not true, “he said.
He argued that in the case of hotels, they are necessary for people who travel from other states of the Republic, either for business and health, to name a few.
He also specified that they wait to exit the red light to make a new decision.
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