Faced with the increase accelerated of covid cases, new measures are implemented to avoid crowds and mobility of people.
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In Sinaloa, they reduced capacity to 60% in closed areas, after the number of active cases in the state He passed from 294 to more than 4 thousand.
Now again the use of mask is required and will be carried out evidence of covid to all international passengers at the airports and the Central de Autobuses de Culiacán and Mazatlán.
“You have to remember that this strain or this variant the correct word is variant of SARS COV2 comes from people who are not vaccinated. There are 850,000 Sinaloans out of the 3 million and a fraction that there are who have not received a single dose, “said Héctor Nemesio Cuén, Secretary of Health in Sinaloa.
In Veracruz, in the last 24 hours they accumulated 561 infections, the highest number so far in 2022 and most people are extremely careful.
“Transmission is increasing so it is necessary to strengthen basic protection measures,” said the director of Public Health of Veracruz.
“I try not to attend markets or centers so much where there are many people, I try not to attend,” confirmed a Xalapa resident.
Despite of increase in contagions, the state of Veracruz will remain in green color of the epidemiological traffic light.
“There is no suspension of any type of activity in the state,” says Cuitláhuac García, governor of Veracruz.
In Acapulco, Guerrero, they resumed operations to verify that companies and businesses comply with sanitary measures, while brigades carry out sanitización and cleaning of public spaces.
“It is being sanitized, it is being cleaned first, the Zócalo is being washed, in public places. We are cleaning the Quebrada, Sinfonía del Mar, the entire tourist area, ”says Alejandro Sotelo Urióstegui, Coordinator of Public Services in Acapulco.
“While it is true that the economic reactivation of our beloved port is very important, but it will never be above the health and life of our Acapulqueñas and our Acapulqueños,” said Ernesto González Pérez, director of Regulations and Shows of Acapulco.
In Quintana Roo, the increase in cases has directly impacted the main activity of the state, which is tourism. In the last 24 hours, 936 infections were reported.
“The rapid accumulation of positives also forced the suspension of commercial flights,” added Alejandra Aguirre Crespo, Secretary of Health of Quintana Roo.
In addition, lessons for basic education students will follow distance until January 28.
“What we are looking for is that education does not stop and that we can continue to advance in the learning processes,” concluded Ana Isabel Vásquez Jiménez, Secretary of Education of Quintana Roo.
So far in January, Quintana Roo has report that at least 300 teachers have given positive a covid.
With information from Correspondents