Although Mexico City keeps the orange traffic light for another week, from August 10, museums, cinemas and pools will be reactivated. In addition, the party rooms and bars can change turns and operate as restaurants and fondas.
The government also announced that the trading schedule will be extended from 10 a.m. to 5pm, and restaurants will be from 7 a.m. to 10pm.
The owner of the Digital Agency for Public Innovation, José Merino, explained that the bars and party rooms that want to change turns can do so just by registering – from next Monday – before the local government.
On August 10, open and roofed pools will be reopened, but with a small capacity.
Equipment such as boards, caps, nose tweezers, goggles, floats, towels cannot be shared. In addition to the gym area it will be closed.
Sports cars must carry out weekly tests on their staff and they must wear mandatory head coverings and masks.
Museums with a capacity of 30% will be reopened on 11 August. The use of cover will be mandatory inside.
The properties must have the highest possible natural ventilation, since the ventilation system can only operate with a minimum of 30% air to the outside. Recirculation of the air inside is prohibited.
Printed programs and flyers will not be delivered.
Cinemas with a capacity of 30% of their capacity will reopen on 12 August. The use of head covers will be mandatory throughout the function. Just as museums should be privileged natural ventilation. Recirculation of the air inside is prohibited.
There will be seat signage that cannot be occupied to ensure healthy distance. If food can be sold, but the purchase of tickets online will be encouraged.
From bar or lounge to restaurant
Bars and party lounges can request a turn change and operate as restaurants or fondas. To do this, you only have to register for free from the next August 1st at: covid19.cdmx.gob.mx/medidassanitarias.
There they will fill a form that includes the name or social reason of the place, commercial turn that you want to exercise, location and total area, among others.
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