Mayor’s Office and Civil Protection will monitor clubs, restaurants, and shopping malls so that no crowds are generated
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Given the proximity of the Halloween festivities, the Mayor’s Office and the Municipal Coordination of Civil Protection agreed that the protocols will be reinforced so that there are no crowds in the places that celebrate these events and confirmed the suspension.
The Major Officer, Javier Lira González, informed that all places will be monitored and reports of parties will be attended by police because everyone must comply with biosafety protocols.
“What people should do is comply with the protocols, that is what they should do, as long as they comply with the protocols, everyone can celebrate according to their customs,” he said.
Lira González indicated that they will also monitor the shopping malls so that people do not accumulate and that the protocols are respected, especially when they take the children for “trick or treat”
He warned that there are no permits for private parties to hold costume contests, especially in nightclubs, which will have to comply with the protocols.
For his part, the municipal coordinator of Civil Protection, Eloy Ruiz Gastélum, reported that nightclubs and bars will work normally and regularly on October 31, when Halloween is celebrated, with capacity ranging from 60 to 75 percent, approximately.
He clarified that they must comply with the same sanitary protocols that have been applied in recent months, but now they will be made some special recommendations, such as the costume contest that is not allowed as such.
That is one of the adjustments that will be made for this holiday at the end of the month.
Regarding children who are taken to shopping malls to ask for sweets, Ruiz Gastélum asked parents to be attentive and follow all health protocols.