From this Saturday until next Monday, a safety and road operation will be carried out in the civil, public and private pantheons of the 16 municipalities, which must remain closed this November 1 and 2 due to the celebrations for the Day of the Dead, as a preventive measure to avoid crowds and infections by the Covid-19 coronavirus.
This was announced by the Government of Mexico City through the Government Secretariat, which said that this action will be carried out in a coordinated manner with the Secretariat of Citizen Security, the Mexican Red Cross, the 16 mayors and the administrators of the 120 pantheons in Mexico City.
Through a statement it was indicated that monitoring will be constant to avoid concentrations or any activity that endangers the health or safety of the inhabitants and visitors of the capital of the country, for which the Secretariat of Citizen Security allocated more than 3,000 elements and 700 vehicles.
To guide and provide information to those who arrive at the cemeteries there will be links from the Capital Government Secretariat, who will work in collaboration with the other capital dependencies, the 16 demarcations and the administrators of the cemeteries.
With traffic personnel from the Secretariat of Citizen Security, a road device will be applied to prevent them from parking outside the cemeteries and the circulation of cars is fluid.
Likewise, due to the fact that Mexico City remains in an orange Epidemiological Traffic Light with an alert for the Covid-19 pandemic, the authorities urged the population to avoid holding popular festivals and congregating, as well as to continue with health measures for the use of mask, hand washing or application of antibacterial gel and keep the healthy distance.
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