The State Board of Health of Sonora proposed hardening measures and sanctions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in the state, so that the inhabitants remain at home.
Among the proposals, the council sought to limit the sale of fuel to vehicles with non-essential activities and, if possible, to the general public in order to force them to stay at home.
In addition, he proposed to schedule the purchase of food and payment for services, which could be done with the scheduling or with a scheme similar to the “hoy No circula”, which will use the credentials of the INE.
It also prohibited all outdoor recreational activities, thereby indicating the closure of parks, squares and tourist spots and will be suspended all activities in hotels, leaving only 10 percent of the quarters in the cities for medical emergencies and business.
At the same meeting, the State Board of Health authorized the Operational Plan for Comprehensive Health Care and Restructuring the Hospital that includes use in hotels, homes or classrooms as centers of attention corvid-19.