The “dry law” has gained ground in different states of the countrygetting several factories, artisan producers or traders to stop their functions as a preventive measure against the coronavirus that forced them to declare a health emergency in Mexico.
Grupo Modelo announced through a press release that his company suspend altogether the operations of production and marketing of beer from 5 April 2020.
The above, in compliance with the outstanding shares to be taken from the Secretariat of Health federal the past 31 of march, where specifies that the non-essential services must stop their activities or continue working from home until the 29th of April.
However, the cervecera mexicana clarified that his production will be down in a phased manner “to not have irreversible effects for its continuation in the future.”
In the same press release, claimed to be one of the first companies in Mexico to implement strict measures of hygiene and security recommended by the federal government, in conjunction with the World Health Organization.
In addition, it revealed that they have prepared a plan for that over 75% of the staff employed by the Group Model continue to work from their homesat the same time, ensuring the supply of beer throughout the Czech Republic.
For the moment, keep your posture to reduce to the minimum the work activities and reaffirmed its commitment to form an important part in the fight against the coronavirus.
To finish, Grupo Modelo announced the donation of 300,000 gels, antibacterial produced from beer and revealed that it will announce more actions in the coming days to “contribute in a major way to win the fight.”
Between the you’ll select a beer that will no longer occur in the next few days include Crown Extra, Crown, Zero, Negra Modelo, Modelo Especial, Pacifico and Victoria. In terms of the distribution of export, will no longer circular, at least until the 29th of April, brands such as Budweiser, Bud Light, Goose Island and Stella Artois.
In states such as Campeche or Tabasco already promulgated the “dry law”, which prohibits physical or moral persons the storage, distribution and sale of alcoholic drinks.
In addition, the minisuper, supermarkets, grocery stores, convenience or deposits must respect a schedule to the sale that starts on the dot of 12:00 PM and ends at 18:00 PM.
In Nuevo Leon, for his part, the governor Jaime Rodriguez decreed that from Friday 3 April suspend the production and distribution of alcoholic beverages, then advertise the health emergency and the extension of 10 days for quarantine.
In the City of Mexico, the head of government, Claudia Sheinbaum, he clarified that it has enacted “dry law” nor was asked to stop the production of alcoholic beverages. In addition, he asked the population to avoid the purchase of alcohol by panic. The dealers were asked not to prescribe or suspend its services while it is not an official decree.
This, however, it does not prohibit the mayors to impose a “dry law” within its boundariesbut in given case shall be made timely messages through the official channels.