translated from Spanish: this is what the Historic Center looks like despite COVID’s emergency

Despite the call made by the Government of Mexico City to the public to stay at home because the capital of the country is in emergency by COVID-19, dozens of people visit the Historic Center.
People, mostly with mouth covers, but without keeping their distance, walk the main streets of the center, buy gifts of dates of decembrians, ornaments, trees and lights, mainly.
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Fence-aided security elements control the accesses of the Center’s first painting for people to circulate in one direction, however, this is not enough to prevent their crowding.
Animal Político took a tour this Saturday through the streets of Venustiano Carranza, Pino Suarez, Corregidora, Moneda and the Central Axis. Here are some images:

Many merchants come to the Historic Center to receive products, many of them have not stayed at home since the beginning of the pandemic in the face of the need to work.

From next week the non-essential establishments of the Historic Center will close at 5pm from Monday to Saturday, while informal trade will have to be withdrawn at 4pm. On Sundays all shops will be closed.
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Original source in Spanish

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