Civil Protection carries out inspection and surveillance operations at the Pino Suárez, Juan Carrasco, and Miguel Hidalgo mercado centers
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Civil Protection Personnel toured the municipal markets of the city this Sunday to verify that the sanitary protocols are followed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
From an early hour, various inspection and surveillance actions were carried out in the Pino Suárez, Juan Carrasco, and Miguel Hidalgo markets.
It was also verified that both merchants and users, in general, wore the mask correctly and that they kept a healthy distance inside the supply centers.
This operation is carried out with the objective of verifying compliance with the sanitary protocols and guidelines in the public places of Mazatlán, as well as the correct operation of the sanitary filters in the various entrances.
In addition to the application of antibacterial gel, the people who wished to enter were asked for the vaccination certificate; children under 12 years of age are prohibited from accessing these sites.
Although the state of Sinaloa leaves the red color at the epidemiological traffic light as of this Monday, to go yellow, the call to citizens is not to lower their guard and follow all the protocols that have been implemented.
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