Government asks not to go on vacation to contain COVID-19
To minimize the contagion curve, the participation of the population is required.
In an attempt to appeal to civility and responsibility of the population, the Government of Jalisco called on citizens not to go on vacation during this period of Holy Week and Easter and stay at home to contain contagions of the COVID-19 .
"Due to the situation, measures were taken such as the closure of tourist destinations in the entity and throughout the national territory, both beaches and mountain sites, spas, access to dams, lagoons, lakes, and religious destinations."
The authorities recalled that, when going on vacation, a single person can take the virus to places where it is not yet present; Otherwise, you can catch it and bring it to your hometown and infect your family .
To minimize the contagion curve, the participation of the population is required to avoid going on vacation and to maintain the recommended hygiene measures, such as keeping distance between people and social isolation.
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