During the weekly broadcast of “La Mañanera de Mexicali,” the Mayor of Mexicali Lupita Mora Quiñonez, announced the details of the “Safe Destination” operation, which will be implemented from April 1 to 4 in San Felipe, to guarantee the safety of visitors and tourists during this Spring Break.
The Mayor reported that elements of Public Security, Firefighters, Civil Protection, Cotuco, Public Services, City Council Secretary, Municipal DIF, Rural Development and Economic Development will participate in this operation, who will work in a coordinated manner to monitor order in the port of San Felipe, Baja California.
Mora Quiñonez informed that as part of this operation the beach in front of the Malecón will remain closed, restaurants, Bars will operate at 50% of their capacity, live music, coolers as well as sound devices will not be allowed. Drinking in public places will not be allowed.
The Malecón will be open for local commerce and sanitary protocols will be activated at all times and access to the beach will be closed for safety reasons.
On the other hand, a unique protocol will be applied for visitors by having the mandatory use of mouth covers, frequent hand washing, a healthy distance of 2 meters, and the use of intoxicating drinks on public roads will be prohibited.
For these actions, 250 public security elements deployed in the city, the Valley and San Felipe, strategically distributed to guarantee the safety of citizens. To conclude, the Mayor recalled that we are still in a health emergency, so the recommendation to Mexican families is to stay home and not attend since traveling increases the percentage of COVID-19 infections.