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Immediate suspension from March 30 to April 30, 2020, of non-ESSENTIAL activities is ordered


Attending the indications where the Federal Government decrees extraordinary actions to address the emergency by covid-19.

Through the publication of the Decree establishing Extraordinary Actions to assist the Health Emergency Generated by the SARS-COV2 virus, published yesterday, March 31, 2020, in the Official Journal of Federation, the following recommendations are issued.

I. Immediate suspension from March 30 to April 30, 2020, of non-ESSENTIAL activities is ordered.

the following businesses must remain closed:

• Liquor stores
• Business of accessories and mobile equipment
• Flowers
• Vineyards
• Furniture
• Legal, accounting and engineer offices
• Sale of agricultural inputs
• Tires
• Horn repair and sale of audio equipment
• Clothing stores
• Cyber café
• Shoe stores
• Stationery
• Maquinitions
• Gyms
• Aesthetics
• Bathroom car
• Refactionaries
• Hotels
• Accessories and jewelry
• Junkyard
• Motors
• Merchandise
• Buy and sale of auto parts
• Toys
• Copying center
• Laundry and Dry Cleaning
• Electronic
• Locksmies
• Motorcycle Workshop
• Quarry Workshop
• Tailors
• Mechanics Workshop
• Upholstery
• Buy and sale of any automotive accessories

From the Municipal Government of Chapala we know that difficult times are coming, so in solidarity first-level officials will be donating much of their salary to buy pantries that will be delivered to the people who will be affected most by this contingency. In the next few days we will be making more aware of the support mechanisms and forms of delivery.

We know that health is the most important thing, so we ask for your understanding and sensitivity to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We are convinced that we will leave this more strengthened global emergency and eager to generate safer, healthy, sustainable and sustainable environments sustainable that assist in the development and well-being of all of us who inhabit the municipality of Chapala.

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