15 businesses fined for not respecting Covid protocols in Mazatlán


The Senior Officer, Nayla Velarde Narváez, assured that surveillance will be reinforced at the end of the year event that will take place on December 31 in Olas Altas.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa. As part of the inspection operation carried out at bars, restaurants, and nightclubs in Mazatlán, this weekend the Mayor’s Office imposed 15 fines, some for the crowding of people inside.

Nayla Velarde Narváez, the Senior Officer, assured that of those 15 fines, one of them was for the “ Cotorritos ” club, due to crowding of people, since it exceeded the number according to the nightlife traffic light; Another sanction was for an event room, for not having the permits to extend hours.

The municipal official reported that for the end of the year event to be held in Olas Altas, protocols will be strengthened to avoid crowding of people, so the Institute of Culture has already been asked that tables should have a considerable distance.

” That at the entry and exit points they must have antibacterial gel, temperature measurement, the tables, as I said, separated, we saw the spaces of the entrances, exits, placement of alcohol bars, that already brings it directly Culture, the issue of permits to be expedited to remove them as soon as possible, we have everything adjusted so that people can have a good time, protected from Covid, “he explained.

Velarde Narváez indicated that this is a public event where there will be music and amenities so that families can have a good New Year, but everything is controlled, with the support of Civil Protection, Senior Officials and Public Security.

Source: elsoldemazatlan.com.mx

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