Will there be dry law in Mexico on September 15 and 16?

Lima, September 15, 2021Updated on 09/15/2021 01:20 am

For these National Holidays in Mexico some measures have been taken in the face of the pandemic of coronavirus. For this reason, the Government of Mexico City has announced that each of the 16 municipalities will take the health measures and protocols it considers necessary. One of these regulations is the Dry Law during the 15th and 16th of September, when the Pain scream and the Military Parade.

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Until now, none of the Mexican municipalities has determined the application of the dry law in their jurisdiction to the celebrations for the Mexico’s independenceHowever, the Federal Health Secretariat took the opportunity to warn the population to avoid attending public events in which there may be crowds.

The president is known Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) He will lead the different meetings with members of his cabinet to attend to the logistical aspects on September 15 and 16 in Mexico City.

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President AMLO stressed that the Grito de Dolores will be held as usual, but for the second consecutive year the attendance of citizens to the Plaza de la Constitución will be avoided to avoid crowds and sources of contagion of the COVID-19.

To fulfill this task, the Government of Mexico City has taken some preventive measures that include the fact that from Saturday to September 14, businesses around the Plancha del Zócalo Capitalino were closed.

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On the other hand, for September 15 it has been determined that the shops, restaurants and bars near the Zócalo will operate until 5:00 p.m. and on September 16 they will only be able to open from 3:00 p.m.

In addition, hotels near this area will only be able to provide service to clients who have made a verified reservation. Its restaurants and bars will be for the exclusive use of its guests, within the established hours.


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