translated from Spanish: CDMX mayor establishes ‘dry law’ until April 30 by COVID-19

The mayor of Cuajimalpa reported that there will be dry law from This Monday 13th until April 30 due to the health emergency by COVID-19.
“The suspension of activities selling alcoholic beverages in all its graduations is ordered,” notes the agreement published on Monday in the Official Gazette of Mexico City.
The establishments that must abide by the ban are: restaurants, canteens, pulques, bars, breweries, rocks, cinemas selling alcoholic beverages, wine shops, grocery stores, supermarkets with permission to sell wines and spirits, self-service shops, department stores.
As well as nightclubs, nightclubs, ballrooms, restaurants, anchorages and any other similar merchant establishment, where alcoholic beverages are available or consumed and those seeking to settle on public roads.
Last week the mayor Milpa Alta also ordered the suspension of the sale of alcoholic beverages in that demarcation, but only on weekends during April, in the face of the health emergency by COVID-19.
On Sunday, the municipality of Nezahualcóyotl, in the State of Mexico, reported on the ban on the sale of alcoholic beverages from 11 to 30 April, due to the increase in alcohol consumption in private homes and on public roads.
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Original source in Spanish

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