translated from Spanish: From July to date, 166 establishments suspended for non-compliance with health standards

Morelia, Michoacán.- From July to date, during which time the Michoacán Ministry of Health (SSM) started the Guardians of Health program, 166 establishments belonging to 26 municipalities have been suspended, for not complying with health standards.
Through the operations carried out by the State Commission for the Protection of Health Risks (Coepris), 75 thousand 169 essential and non-essential establishments have been verified in the municipalities of Lázaro Cárdenas, Morelia, Apatzingán, Múgica, La Huacana, Parácuaro, Huetamo, Pátzcuaro, Puruándiro, Tlalpujahua, Zamora, Zacapu, Sahuayo, Uruapan, Zitácuaro, La Piedad, Angamacutiro, Churintzio, Panindícuaro, Tacámbaro, Tarímbaro, Maravatío, Charo, Ario de Rosales, Villa Jiménez.
The SSM coordinates the actions of these men and women, who together are tasked with conducting intentional searches in essential and non-essential trades.
During operations, it is reviewed that the sites implement basic hygiene measures such as: sanitizing mats, sanitary filter, healthy distance, thermometer to measure temperature and signs indicating the mandatory use of mouth covers.
These actions are part of the State Government’s strategy to break the COVID-19 contagion chain, within the New Cohabitation.
It should be noted that during the supervision work there is always the support of staff of the City Council, National Guard and Public Security.

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