translated from Spanish: Six states in Mexico to have their own revival strategy

Cristian Ruiz
Morelia, Michoacán.- The governor of the State of Michoacán, Silvano Aureoles Conejo, together with the governors of the states of Coahuila, Durango, Nuevo León, Jalisco and Nuevo León, announced that an agenda of their own to work on economic and social revival after almost three months of mandatory confinement by the extension of Covid-19 coronavirus.

At an event held at The Government Palace, the representative assured that this plan arises from the concern that the aforementioned states have over the «few actions taken by the federal government to protect the population».
Therefore, he said, the revival of economic sectors would be adjusted, so that there is sufficient hospital capacity to deal with new outbreaks, the installation of health filters throughout the workplaces.
Another central point of the agreement, said that it is the states that entered into these measures will re-en-ably reactivate economic activities and trade in goods when they consider that there are the conditions for doing so.
He reiterated that the six entities entering this agreement will not return to school as remaining in the school year and for students who do not have access to digital tools, governments should provide a special scheme so that they do not miss the year.

«First there is health and it will be the one that will govern the decisions that we are going to make, the school year will be concluded from the homes»

Finally, Aureoles Rabbit said that the block of governors will constantly meet to decide what I’m going to take in case conditions nationwide worsen or improve.

Original source in Spanish

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