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Reduce hours of sanitary filters on roads

Jalisco Lakeside

From Monday to Thursday the vehicle flow will not be monitored because of the restart of industries and companies

Due to the restart of activities in shops and industries as part of Phase zero of the Jalisco Economic Reactivation Plan, the sanitary filters located on the roads leading to Nogales, Colima and Chapala will reduce their hours .

The sanitary controls in which the temperature is taken, antibacterial gel is granted and it is about raising awareness in the public about the risks of people's mobility, they will only work from Friday to Sunday , since it seeks to inhibit the departure of walkers to touristic destinations.

The Jalisco government announced the modifications with which it is intended to allow, from Monday to Thursday, the vehicular flow because of the restart of industries and companies , since the points where the filters are located cause waits of up to two hours.

On the other hand, the spaces installed within the State and on the borders with other entities, will keep their operation unchanged and will operate seven days a week from 08:00 to 20:00.

According to the state government, since the installation on April 3, 380 thousand vehicles have been inspected and 808 thousand 552 people have been checked by personnel from different agencies that participate in this strategy to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Until today, tourist municipalities such as Tapalpa , Mazamitla and Chapala maintain the checkpoints by municipal authorities and prevent the passage of people outside the towns from the holiday period of Easter.

From April 20 and indefinitely, filters were installed in four points of the entity. The reviews are carried out at the Lagos de Moreno booth on the León highway, the San Marcos booth on the Colima highway, La Barca-La Piedad highway, and on the Las Palmas-Puerto Vallarta highway.

Google translation from Informador.


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