This year, the capacity will not be controlled, the use of face masks will not be required or a healthy distance will be maintained, however, the administrators of the most popular public cemeteries indicated some recommendations for your visit

Saltillo, Coahuila.- The cemeteries of Saltillo, where a few months ago the gravediggers could not cope with burying and cremating the deceased, now speed up the pace to change the gray and sad appearance and the desolation left by the health crisis.

Their administrators adorn them with flowers of cempasuchilcolored chopped paper, dead bread and some stalls of churros, potatoes and prickly pears around it.

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The most feared place to step on and a red light in the pandemic, is now preparing to receive those who want to go sing, pray and visit the tomb of their dead without any restriction.

$! They call for celebrations in harmony and tranquility avoiding making the Day of the Dead a

They call for celebrations in harmony and tranquility avoiding making the Day of the Dead a “drunk”

Even this weekend he began his visit to bring offerings to the faithful departed, although up to 25,000 people are expected to attend the cemetery every day starting this Monday, October 31 and until November 2.

This year, the capacity will not be controlled, the use of face masks will not be required or a healthy distance will be maintainedHowever, the administrators of the most popular public cemeteries indicated some recommendations for your visit.

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“Let’s keep the spaces clean, free of alcoholic beverages, avoid leaning on the graves or sitting on them, if older adults come, try to do it early to avoid crowds”expressed the administrator of the Santiago State Pantheon.

They pointed out that in addition, it is due to the memory of the deceased in the pandemic, a special respect for what they call for holding celebrations in harmony and tranquility, avoiding making the Day of the Dead a “binge”.

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$! It will be until November 1 and 2 that the popular festival will be extended to the surrounding streets with the sale of Mexican snacks and handicrafts

It will be until November 1 and 2 that the popular festival will be extended to the surrounding streets with the sale of Mexican snacks and handicrafts.

“If any of the graves is in poor condition and/or about to fall, avoid approaching it, out of respect and safety, walk through the corridors and not on the graves, do not introduce alcoholic beverages and glass bottles. Always keep children under the supervision of an adult and use an umbrella, cap or visor to avoid sunstroke and arrive at the pantheon with enough water “expressed the administrator of the Santiago Pantheon.

According to administrators It will be until November 1 and 2 that the popular festival will be extended to the surrounding streets with the sale of Mexican snacks and handicrafts, so now they are organizing the places of commerce in the streets.

For their part, the surrounding flower shops assured that this date, after May 10, is the one with the highest sales, so they expect a significant economic spill this weekend, who make flower ornaments from 40 to 400 pesos.

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Source: Vanguardia

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