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With the loudspeaker, police and firefighters ask the people of Guadalajara to stay at their homes

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Elements of the Guadalajara Police and Fire Department make tours of the Center to urge citizens to return to their homes

Using loudspeakers, sirens and peripherals, elements of the Guadalajara Police and Fire Department make tours of the streets of the Central Zone to urge those who circulate through the first square of the city to return to their homes and not be in public places, but rather strictly necessary and thus prevent the spread of coronavirus.

"Good afternoon, the Government of Guadalajara invites you to stay at home to avoid a rapid spread of the Coronavirus . With your help we can avoid massive infections of this disease, if it is not necessary to go outside, stay at home, please. Remember that if You take care of yourself, we all take care of ourselves, thank you, " was heard from the horns of a fire truck.

After a week of applying the measures of voluntary confinement, to slow down the rate of infections, this weekend the activity in various parts of the city has increased and many people returned to their usual dynamics.

The Federal Government urged yesterday to redouble preventive measures and not leave home if it is not strictly necessary. The undersecretary of health Hugo López Gatell warned that the country is facing the "last chance" to slow down the rate of infections, avoid increasing serious cases, saturating hospitals and increasing deaths .

Google translation from Informador.


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