translated from Spanish: CDMX is still at orange traffic light; reopen fairs and historical archives

Mexico City will follow the following week at orange traffic lights, the capital government reported.
The authorities explained that color change is not possible because in the last 4 days there has been a slight increase in the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations despite the drop in the last two weeks.
At the moment there are 2,667 people hospitalized in Mexico City by COVID, of whom 1,993 are in general hospitalization and 684 intubated.
Head of government Claudia Sheinbaum said that while the capital will remain in the same color, «it’s not the same orange you had weeks ago.»
Read: How prepared Mexico was to respond to the pandemic and how it has
He invited the population not to let their guard down and continue preventive measures such as the use of mouth covers and healthy distance.
Returning activities and extended schedules
Despite no changes to the epidemiological traffic light, some outdoor activities will return next week and the closing hours for business will be extended.
The capital government reported that outdoor amusement fairs and parks will be able to reopen with a maximum capacity of 30% and on a schedule of 8 a.m. to 7 a.m.
Mandatory measures for fairs shall be:
– Mandatory use of water covers for all people visiting the park.
– Encourage the use of e-newsletter.
– Constantly disinfect from railings, tables, seats, games and all commonly used surfaces.
– Signal seats to keep the distance healthy.
– Privilege natural ventilation.
– Inform people about the flow of progress to avoid crowding.
Other places that will be able to reopen the following week are the historical archives, also with a maximum capacity of 30%.
The measures to be taken are:
– Mandatory use of water covers inside.
– Installation of a sanitary filter.
– A maximum stay time of two hours.
– Use gloves to review documents.
– Constantly disinfect common surfaces.
– Privilege natural ventilation.
Finally, it was also announced that the timetable for establishments that restarted work for weeks was also announced.
The new schedule will be at 19:00 hours, the measure also includes the business of the Historic Center.
On a possible reopening of stadiums for the MX League matches, the head of government commented that for now there is no planned date and that they remain in talks with the Ministry of Health and the Mexican Football Federation to determine the conditions that allow a possible reopening.
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