More people going to Mazatlan’s Gran Plaza, covid vaccine proof still being required to enter


Attendees at the shopping plaza over 18 years of age must present a vaccination certificate upon entering the plaza.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Today, in a tour carried out by Reacción Informativa, it was observed that the Gran Plaza shopping center in Mazatlán is met with a large influx of people, mostly families who are going to enjoy a nice Sunday afternoon.

Currently, a capacity of 70 percent is allowed, since the State is on a green traffic light, however, sanitary measures are still taken into account for the safety of visitors to the square.

At each entrance, without exception, there are sanitary filters for taking temperature and application of antibacterial gel, and the use of mouth covers is mandatory at all times when entering the place.

Merchants are already observing a greater flow of people and expect increased sales with the arrival of December dates, which they assure is when they “do better”, so this would contribute to the recovery of sales after the pandemic.

At the moment the busiest places in the well-known shopping plaza are the restaurants and the cinema, especially on weekends.



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