Like in the Zocalo, Alameda Central, and calle Madero, in National Palace were placed metal barriers to restrict the passage of people, especially tourists, and to prevent the spread of coronavirus Covid-19.
Installed in the middle of the night, metal fence covering the front of the old historical building built in the SIXTEENTH century, leaving only free access to the station Socket of the meter, with which most of the tourist places most emblematic of the Historic Centre of the City of Mexico are surrounded by the contingency.
Authorities of federal health predict that in the next few weeks will be announced the Phase 3 of the pandemic, which today adds up to national level 3 thousand 884 people were infected and 233 dead.
Were placed metal barriers around the National Palace to restrict the passage of people, especially tourists, and to prevent the spread of the coronavirus #Video: Pedro Villa and Cane pic.twitter.com/sKNgJ3QLAq
— El Universal (@El_Universal_Mx) April 11, 2020
In addition with this action, returning the metal fence at the National Palace, which had been installed as a safety measure in previous administrations and set aside the December 2, 2018, the day after Andrés Manuel López Obrador assumed the Presidency and set in this building of your residence.
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April 2, at the main entrances of the streets Madero and to the perimeter of the Zócalo of the capital were placed metal barriers to restrict the passage, in addition to the shops located in its vicinity were closed, after the strengthening measures to the health emergency that was established by the government of the City of Mexico.
Monday, 8 April, government workers in the capital they placed the billboards on the perimeter of the Alameda Central to prevent the passage of citizens.
In point two of the Day of Healthy Distance relating to the temporary suspension of non-essential activities, the Secretariat of Health (Ssa) recommends that you temporarily suspend non-essential activities of the sectors public, social and private starting on Monday 23 march.
“We suspended non-essential activities that involve the congregation or mobility of people, particularly from different geographic regions and replace them with activities that support the healthy distance”.