The staff of the Mayor’s Office visit businesses in Olas Altas and the Historic Center.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- This Tuesday inspections of establishments were reinforced in various areas of the city to check that they comply with protocols and sanitary measures against the Covid-19 pandemic.
As reported in a press release, the Senior Officer, Nayla Velarde Narváez, accompanied by Trade and Civil Protection personnel, those in charge of Protocols and Health and the New Normality Operation, visited some businesses on the Paseo Olas Altas and the Historic Center .
“It is an invitation that is being made to all restaurateurs, later clubs, bars, and to all people who have an established business, to support us by reinforcing all the protocols for the pandemic,” he said.
The official commented that in this first visit, businesses were required to use sanitizing mats at the entrance, antibacterial gel, body temperature measurement, 1.5-meter separation between tables, update of the MZTourist App, and respect for the 75 percent capacity.
“Remind them that together, citizens, government and especially the business side, we did a very good job on the pandemic issue; we were an example port at the national level in the pandemic, so, of course, we can do it, we can be victorious again, It is just a matter of all of us cooperating and we are reinforcing these measures. “
Velarde Narváez said that the businesses in which they found some irregularities received a warning; in a second review they could apply fines if they do not heed the recommendations, and in the third time if there is a repeat offense, they could suspend the establishment.
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