The businessman said that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the allowed capacity will be analyzed, since the implementation requested by Civil Protection and other preventive authorities has already been delivered
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- From November 17 to December 13, the Expo-Feria Canaco 2022 will be held in its thirty-sixth edition, which will take place in the lands adjacent to the SAM’S Club, announced the president of this chamber body, Roberto Lem González.
“In the next few days we are going to have our presentation which is on October 10 at Quirino Ordaz Coppel Avenue, before Bahia, where we are inviting all citizens, all families so that they can come to know and know what it is that we are going to present for this edition of the Expo Feria-Canaco ”, he added.
The businessman said that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the allowed capacity will be analyzed since the implementation requested by Civil Protection and other preventive authorities has already been delivered so that in the next few days the number will be known. of people who will be able to enter the fair facilities.
Lem González informed that this time 150 stands with different types of commerce will participate.
“We are with many surprises for this year where we want there to be everything, we want families to enjoy, from minors to adults, all the shows that we are going to have,” he added.
Regarding the musical shows, he commented that they already had the first approach with the corresponding authorities to obtain the required permits and on October 10 they will already have the surprises and news that will be presented at the fair.
Finally, he said that it has been observed that in recent days the contagion rates have gone down, which generates certainty and certainty, which has encouraged citizens to leave.
“You have to continue using the mask, you have to continue with the necessary implementations that we already know. We have learned a lot from this issue, we are taking those same paths and continue with these indices going down so that we no longer have a rebound or a new wave ”, he concluded.
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