Navolato.- At a working meeting via videoconference between the governors of the country with representatives of the Health Sector of the Federal Government, it was determined last minute, reverse the announced preventive measures of closing the beaches and recreational centers in the municipality of Navolato, as well as the boardwalk and restaurant sector of Altata.The General Secretary of Government of Sinaloa, Gonzalo Gómez Flores, expressed the above to the municipal president of Navolato, Eliazar Gutiérrez Angulo, and asked inform society of this new action taken by the Federal Government authorities at the last minute.
The navolatense mayor explained that the closure of the beaches and recreation centres in the municipality, as well as altata’s restaurants and boardwalk, is left ineffective, but families are advised to be sheltered in their to prevent coronavirus infection.
The Malecón de Altata and the restaurants will remain open to visitors in Navolato, the Town Hall announces. | Debate
The municipal representative, Eliazar Gutiérrez, said that the only extreme measure is the closure of hotels, and in the case of restaurants, they will be able to continue to operate with the implementation of all the health measures they already know, to avoid the contagion of COVID-19. In the case of traders working in the tianguis of the syndicatures of Villa Juarez and General Angel Flores, he asked them for their support and understanding to refrain from settling because there are no conditions to guarantee health measures by the concentration of people, and with this measure avoid the spread of the disease. The munícipe called on the population to take seriously the preventive measures recommended by the authorities of the Ministry of Health with the coronavirus pandemic, and to maintain the home security, as long as there is no need to carry out any activity considered essential.
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