Mazatlan union announces ‘hard hand’ against drivers who breach protocols against covid-19


The capacity allowed in a charioteer is eight people, pneumonia four people, and in urban trucks only those who are seated will be allowed

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The leader of Roads and Transportation in the southern area of ​​Sinaloa, Maribel Chollet Morán, announced strict measures and sanctions for urban bus drivers, aurigas and pulmonia that allow units to be approached without face masks.

During an extraordinary meeting in which the three levels of government participated, in the town hall of the Mazatlán City Council, Chollet Morán said that the sanctions will be economic of up to 500 pesos and if the drivers persist they could be fired.

He also reported that citizens have a great responsibility and that they themselves can ask drivers not to allow people without face masks to get on.

He commented that the capacity allowed in a aurigas is eight people, pilmonias four people, and in urban buses only those who are seated will be allowed.

He also said that permanent meetings will be held with drivers of public transport units.

As for the tour operators, he assured that a meeting had already been held.

“We are going to demand they comply because at the end of the day this is a country of laws, and Mazatlán is no man’s land, and whoever comes is welcome, they are received with open arms, but we also need them to take care of themselves,” he said.


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