translated from Spanish: CDMX social dining rooms will work on New Year’s Eve, despite COVID

This December 31st, Mexico City’s social dining rooms will offer a New Year’s dinner with a plum loin menu, apple salad and cinnamon apple infusion, the Secretariat of Inclusion and Social Welfare (Sibiso) reported.
Mobile, public and community dining rooms will serve at noon. The first two offer free food, while the latter are a low-cost food sale program, of 11 pesos per serving.
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In addition, there will be New Year’s dinners in the 12 hostels enabled for people in street situations or social abandonment, which serve almost three thousand people. Since 2 November, there is a special shelter service for people in high areas who are homeless.

From 6 am, trained staff are in the dining rooms of the #SIBISO to prepare the food that will reach the #ComedoresPúblicos
About 65 thousand rations are distributed for the priority care populations of the #CDMX #SemáforoRojo-Stay At Home pic.twitter.com/SgR1h6zRno
— Secretariat for Inclusion and Social Welfare (@CDMX_SIBISO) December 30, 2020

On December 24th, 16,000 Christmas dinners consisting of marinated leg, Christmas Eve salad and punch were handed out.
The city has more than 340 community canteens, 40 public dining rooms and 10 «comemobiles» located in strategic locations, such as outside hospitals.
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