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REACTIVATION OF BUSINESSES WITHOUT CAUSING COVID OUTBREAKS: BAJA CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT

ENSENADA B.C.- “We have maintained reactivation of 3 thousand 743 economic units without any outbreaks,” said the head of the Secretary of Sustainable Economy and Tourism (SEST) in Baja California, Mario Escobedo Carignan.

During the morning videoconference held by Governor Jaime Bonilla Valdez, the state official said that in terms of economic reactivation, an excellent job is being done thanks to the support of businessmen who are following the recommendations of the health protocol in their establishments.

“The main thing is to protect the health of Baja Californians, minimizing the possibilities of contagion and this reactivation is quite controlled, with a great sense of responsibility we go hand in hand with the Ministry of Health,” said the state official.

It has not been identified in any reactivated sector, any outbreak since reactivations are analyzed every week, a review and evaluation is being carried out every day, so there is a control in the levels of contagion.

“We have authorized the opening of 9 bars in hotels, although we haven’t reactivated the bars yet, we’re doing analysis and we’re asking them to make a request to SEST to reactivate because that allows us to respect the gradualness to reopen as we are opening little by little,” Escobedo said.

“We require that they request their reactivation to make an evaluation, each one must attach their protocol authorized by the Secretary of Health, there are many establishments that have already opened and that we have not authorized, the instruction that we have from the Governor is that we have to be vigilant of the protocols to have complied, it is important that they comply because the authority is going to act, ‘added the Secretary.

He mentioned that 2,461 establishments have been reactivated in Tijuana; in Ensenada 388; in Tecate 171 economic units; Mexicali 446, Rosarito 104 and 7 in San Quintín.


“Let’s avoid the arrival of the authority, sanction, and closure, we all want to reactivate, but we must be careful with a possibility of an outbreak, we are complying with the recommendations of the authority,” the official urged.

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