translated from Spanish: Miguel Hidalgo imposes dry law and restrictions on public markets

The mayor Miguel Hidalgo will have dry law from may 1st, only during the weekends.
The move seeks to curb the organization of mass parties and meetings that put the population at risk of COVID-19 contagion.
The Soil Use Gendarmerie will make tours to detect parties with music, if these exceed the decibels allowed they will ask for the suspension of the meeting.

We inform the public about the new prevention measures that will be implemented from today by the #Fase3 of the health emergency of #COVID19.
▶️ the #LeySeca is declared in the @AlcaldiaMHmx from next weekend
— Mayor Miguel Hidalgo (@AlcaldiaMHmx) April 27, 2020

As long as establishments that fail to comply with dry law will be suspended; while people will be referred to the civic judge.
Mayor Victor Hugo Romo asked citizens to use a head cover when they go out on the street and take public transport.
There will be no sale of food in markets
Mayor also banned the sale of food in the 19 public and tiangui markets set out in the demarcation.
The measure shall be in force until the end of the health contingency is decreed.
Only access and exit in the markets will be established to control the influx of people, who must use cover covers.
Markets will be scheduled from 8 a.m. to 5pm.
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Original source in Spanish

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