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JALISCO| At least 12 municipalities of Jalisco will leave the confinement next Monday

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Throughout Mexico, there are 269 municipalities in 15 states that will be able to resume activities on May 18, however, the measure will be optional, so state governments will determine whether or not to adopt it.

In Jalisco there are at least 12 municipalities that are free of COVID-19 and that are not adjacent to regions with cases, which have been called “municipalities of hope”.

These could resume economic activities as of May 18, as announced on Wednesday morning by the federal government , when presenting the strategy of reopening activities to the health contingency by COVID-19.

These are the towns located in the mountain area and two further north of Jalisco , which would be:

  • Valle de Juárez
  • Mazamitla
  • Concepción de Buenos Aires
  • Teocuitatlán de Corona
  • Zacoalco de Torres
  • Techaluta de Montenegro
  • Atoyac
  • Amacueca
  • Tapalpa
  • Tonaya
  • Huejuquilla El Alto
  • Villa Guerrero.

The criterion for determining these municipalities called "of hope" is that they remain contagious and adjoin others in the same situation, as explained by the head of the Secretary of Economy, Graciela Márquez Colín.

As of today, Jalisco has 927 confirmed COVID -19 infections and 55 people have died from the disease,

The reactivation will take place by means of a traffic light , which will consist of four colors (red, orange, yellow and green); Depending on each one, the activities that could be resumed according to the number of cases or contagions of the virus reported by municipalities and states were established.

During the morning conference on Wednesday it was announced that 269 ​​municipalities in 15 states will resume activities on May 18, however, the measure will be optional, so the state governments will determine whether or not to adopt it.

The map of infections and other official data on the COVID-19 pandemic in Mexico can be found at the site coronavirus.gob.mx/datos

Recently, the Coordinator of Economic Development of the Government of Jalisco, Alejandro Guzmán Larralde, affirmed that although the federal government authorizes these opening measures, the entity will maintain approved sanitary restrictions .

Google translation from Informador.


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