In order to prevent contagion of covid by agglomerations, in several entities of the country restrictions will be implemented on the distribution, sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages (a measure popularly known as la ‘Dry Law’) during the national holidays.
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These are the states and municipalities that have so far decreed the dry law on September 15 and 16:
Aguascalientes: Capital; By order of the Aguascalientes City Council, there will be no sale or consumption of alcoholic beverages from 3:00 a.m. on September 16 to 2:00 p.m. the same day.
Chiapas: The entire state; By order of the Chiapas Health Safety Committee, the sale and distribution of alcoholic beverages will be suspended from 00:01 on September 15 to 12:00 on September 16.
State of Mexico: Zinacantepec, from 5:00 p.m. on September 15 to 11:59 p.m. on September 16. Almoloya de Juárez, starting at 00:01 on September 16. Too Huixquilucan, throughout the day of September 15.
Guanajuato: Celaya; the dry law will apply from 12:01 am on September 16 until 1:00 pm that same day, with no opportunity to extend the hours to bars and restaurants. There will also be restrictions on Penjamo and Abasolo.
Morelos: Although there will be no Prohibition by order of the state government, local media have reported on restrictions on the sale of alcohol in the municipalities of Temixco, Yautepec, Tlayacapan, Tepalcingo, Huitzilac, Tepoztlán and Emiliano Zapata.
Querétaro: San Joaquín; the dry law in the Magic Town will be implemented from 12:01 am on September 15, until 1:00 pm on September 16.
Will there be Prohibition in Mexico City? For now, there is no mention of the capital authorities about prohibitions or restrictions on the sale of alcohol during the National Holidays.