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The clubs and bars in Vallarta will be closed for the month of August

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The Jalisco Governor has just announced that all clubs and bars in Vallarta will be closed for one month starting this Friday, July 30th. Restaurants need to return to 50% capacity and close by midnight. Masks are obligatory in any public space: the sidewalks, malecon, parks, malls, etc.

Alfaro announced that the numbers of people infected by covid continues to increase dramatically. Given this, the governor pointed out that certain places have lowered their guard and played down the pandemic. And that the main thing is that children can return to school classrooms in the period August 2021.

Alfaro showed the measures that will be implemented in August

In restaurants the capacity of people decreases up to 50%, in addition to that all must close at 12am.

Theaters and cinemas have also kept the rules in order, so they will continue with the same capacity of 75% of people.

And the news that most impacted all the people of Vallarta. All clubs and discotheques must remain closed throughout the month of August. Due to not having complied with the corresponding health regulations.

“We have to prevent the pandemic from putting us back on the ropes, that’s the reality. Therefore, given the rebound in cases of # COVID19 and hospitalizations, the experts from the health table decided on new measures, with scientific criteria and specific priorities.

Without stopping the economic recovery or postponing the return to face-to-face classes, we will have to resume some sanitary measures, particularly regarding capacity, mass events and the cancellation of bars and clubs. First education and then the party, of course. ”

The governor shared from his Facebook account.

Official page of the government of Jalisco click here

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