They confirm schools that return to classes and approve Zapal Festival with limited capacity in Saltillo
They confirm schools that return to classes and approve Zapal Festival with limited capacity in Saltillo

This day, the Covid-19 Southeast Regional Technical Subcommittee approved the return to face-to-face classes in a staggered manner 36 more schools as of May 31.

Gerardo Daniel Torres Castilla, Undersecretary of Administration and Human Resources of the Ministry of Education of Coahuila, announced that these schools have a global enrollment of six thousand students; of which, four are at the preschool level; 18 primary, and 14 secondary.

Castilla Towers He stated that so far no incidents or suspicious cases have been reported, and added that from the first day of reopening, follow-up visits were made in the educational establishments considered.

Regarding economic reactivation activities, the Secretary of Tourism and Development of Magical Towns, Azucena Ramos Ramos, He presented the protocols for the realization of the gastronomic corridors and the Rincón Colorado Site Museum in General Cepeda, which were analyzed and approved by the subcommittee.

Representatives ofl Festival Zapal 2021 They also presented the protocol for holding this event in October, which was approved under the condition that there is no increase in the number of cases or hospital occupancy in the region.
This event will take place under the new normal, since it will be held with only 20 percent of the capacity that they had during past editions.

It was also approved to increase to 50 percent the capacity for the monthly concerts that the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Coahuila Desert at the Fernando Soler City Theater.

Likewise, it was determined to expand from 40 to 60 percent the care capacity of children’s rooms.

Finally, the proposal for the reactivation of the American Children’s Football Association of Saltillo, AFAIS, with the start of training on May 31 and the beginning of the season on August 1, with an established sanitary protocol and with a 50 percent capacity in the stands, both in games and in training sessions.

Finally, the secretary of Economy, Jaime Guerra Pérez, He mentioned that on behalf of the subcommittee a letter will be sent to the different political parties to refrain from carrying out campaign closings with massive acts, this in order to reduce the risks of contagion.

Regarding the advance of vaccination, It was reported that on May 25, the first dose to a part of the health sector that had lagged behind in the region began.

In addition, this Wednesday the vaccination for Arteaga residents between 40 and 49 years of age will begin at the vaccination center of Ciudad Universitaria, as well as in General Cepeda, for the same population sector.

It was revealed that the Call Center We are with you So far, it has made 20,242 contact calls and health fence, as well as 22,969 follow-up calls.

The technical subcommittee is made up of Jaime Guerra Pérez, Secretary of the Economy; the mayors of Saltillo, Manolo Jiménez Salinas; from Ramos Arizpe, José María Morales Padilla; by Arteaga, Everardo Durán Flores; of General Cepeda, Juan Salas Aguirre and of Parras De la Fuente, Ramiro Pérez Arciniega.

The boss of the Sanitary Jurisdiction number 8, Eliud Aguirre Vázquez; the Secretary of Tourism and Development of Magical Towns, Azucena Ramos Ramos; representatives of the Mexican Army, the National Guard, the Red Cross, as well as public and private hospitals in the region; Dr. Jesús Ángel Padilla Gámez, director of the Faculty of Medicine in the Saltillo unit of the Autonomous University of Coahuila.

Also representatives of the private initiative, such as merchants in the downtown area, shopping malls, markets on wheels, hoteliers, event rooms and restaurant owners, among others.

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