Churches in Tamaulipas will be closed to avoid pilgrimages to the Virgin of Guadalupe

Health

By CAPosts 30 November, 2020 - 07:46pm 53 views

The churches of Tamaulipas will remain closed from December 10 to 13 to avoid the agglomeration of thousands of parishioners who each year go on pilgrimages and mañanitas to the Virgin of Guadalupe , said the Secretary of Health in Tamaulipas, Gloria Molina Gamboa .

© Provided by Milenio Churches and gyms will open tomorrow in Tamaulipas

On the subject of reducing hours in restaurants , he indicated that the agreement will not be modified despite the request of businessmen in the food sector

The state official mentioned that all The Dioceses in Tamaulipas are already informed of this decision.

recalled that due to the increase in cases of covid-19, all Christmas festivities are suspended , which is why he urged the population to celebrate traditions at home to prevent infections and save Christmas in family

Early closure of restaurants

The Secretary of Health in Tamaulipas pointed out that the agreement to prevent contagion of covid-19 , issued on November 23 of this year, will not be modified, this after restaurant representatives requested a modification that would allow an extension of the hours for the closing of their businesses, from 9:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. since it is This measure seriously affects its economy.

In this regard, the president of Canirac Victoria, Jorge Bello Méndez, said that the restaurateurs have been affected due to the restriction of the closure of their businesses.

He noted that this season is the most anticipated by the businessmen, as there is beginning to be more economic flow due to the payment of Christmas bonuses, there are meetings in restaurants, inns and other festivities, so with these restrictions it will be very difficult for people to celebrate and go to business

said, they will continue to insist on the health secretariat, to establish once again the closure of its shops at 11 p.m.

With information from Telediario Victoria

Source: MSN