Guadalajara closes two businesses for not complying with measures against COVID-19
One of the establishments did not have a license and another did not have the required sanitary measures
The Guadalajara City Council reported the closure of two businesses during its nightly operation, which seeks to supervise the closure of non-essential business to prevent the spread of COVID-19 .
Of the businesses, one is located on Calle Justo Sierra and had a beer sale attached to the restaurant, but the place lacked a license. The other, located on Hidalgo Avenue , also had a beer sale attached to the inn, but diners were found drinking drinks without food and the facilities did not have the required sanitary measures.
In addition to the closings, there were four businesses that remained open and were encouraged to close their doors, which they accepted. A total of 340 establishments were visited located in the Chapultepec, Colonia Americana, Providencia, Centro, Río Nilo, Revolución, Cruz del Sur, Chapalita, Circunvalación, Calzada Independencia, Felipe Ángeles and Obregón corridors.
In Guadalajara, around 77 thousand non-essential business operate and 20 thousand are considered essential . The business restriction will be in force during the month of April, in accordance with federal provision.
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