Sanitizing arches are installed as a measure For The Opening Of Hotels

Sanitizing arches are installed as a measure For The Opening Of Hotels

 

Sanitizing arches are installed in the Historical Center as a measure to reinforce the containment of Covid-19, due to the restart of hotel operation at 40%. Access for business supply units will only be through Correo and Díez de Sollano streets.

 

There are 40 people who will supervise the operation of the arches, only allowing entry to the Central Zone to those who use masks – which from May 1 is mandatory on public roads, establishments and urban transport.

 

Only those establishments with their “Primero la Salud” certificate will offer their services, in addition to complying with the prevention and containment measures of Covid-19, such as respecting healthy distance, and providing antibacterial gel.

 

This was reported by Josafat Enríquez López, director of Civil Protection. The Secretariat of Public Security coordinates the strategy, with support from the Public Services and Quality of Life Directorate.

 

After two moments of testing, to meet requirements of space, electrical services and personnel, finally this Friday will be installed permanently sanitizing arches. They will provide service from Monday to Sunday, from 8 am to 9 pm.

 

There are 7 sanitizing arches in the streets of: Relox y Mesones; San Francisco; Diez de Sollano y Correo; Cuna de Allende; Umarán y Hernández Macías; Canal y Hernández Macías; and Hidalgo y Mesones.

 

Only on the streets of Correo and Sollano will serve as access for the supply units and suppliers of the shops; the hours allowed are: from 8 to 10 in the morning and in the afternoon from 4 to 6.

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