translated from Spanish: Tianguis close this Sunday and the next in Navolato

Sinaloa.- After the announcement that non-essential businesses were going to have to close from this day, the mayor of Navolato, Eliazar Gutiérrez Angulo, said that agreements were reached and they will be able to continue working as long as they meet all the requirements of the Ministry of Health to avoid contagion of Covid-19.The merchants of Navolato must be very demanding in making their customers use the cover and keep the healthy distance , otherwise your businesses may be closed for one or up to five days.
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What is sought is that they and their customers are taken care of so that they can continue to operate. In the case of taquerías and carts, they must have the service only to take away. Read more: At the risk of another outage, Navolato mayor urges to pay for drinking water service What will be closed this weekend and the next are the tianguis, mainly the one in Villa Juarez which is the largest. This decision, according to the mayor of Navolato, Eliazar Gutiérrez Angulo, was taken because crowds are made, in addition to the fact that the vast majority of vendors go from Culiacan, a municipality where there are a large number of people infected with Covid-19.Another reason was that being closed the tianguis of Los Huizaches were going to be more vendors who would concentrate on this syndicate , where many people do not make use of the cover.” During this weekend and the following one, the street vendors of the Port of Altata will not be installed either.

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