Governors present "return to new normal" plan
They define that economic activities should be resumed gradually to avoid an outbreak of infections
Members of the federal government presented, in general, to the governors of 31 states, the plan with which activities will resume in the country after the conclusion of the National Sana Distance Day against the coronavirus ( COVID-19 ); This is the same project that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will announce tomorrow Wednesday.
The Health Sector authorities who participated in the meeting defined that "the return to the new normal" must be gradual and the measures that the General Health Council establishes will be followed to avoid an outbreak of infections.
The meeting also reached an agreement to establish a special working group to deal with issues of tourism revival and employment in the sector . This group will be headed by the Secretary of Tourism at the federal level, Miguel Torruco Marqués.
Likewise, the state governors and the head of government of Mexico City had the opportunity to express their concerns regarding the reactivation of the educational fields, public spaces and essential productive activities.
On Tuesday afternoon a session of the General Health Council is expected in which the final criteria of the revival plan will be established, which will be presented this Wednesday by President López Obrador at his morning conference.
"In this way, the federal government opened this space for dialogue so that the authorities in the federal entities were heard before the President of Mexico made this reopening plan public on Wednesday," the Interior Ministry said in a statement.
All the states of the Republic participated in the meeting, with the exception of Silvano Aureoles , president of Michoacán, who appointed a representative.
While on the part of the federal government, the Secretary of the Interior, Olga Sánchez Cordero; of Health, Jorge Alcocer Varela; of Foreign Relations, Marcelo Ebrard; of Finance and Public Credit, Arturo Herrera; of Economy, Graciela Márquez; of Labor and Social Welfare, Luisa María Alcalde, among other officials.
Google translation from Informador.