As of this Wednesday, the beaches of Paraíso and Centla will be closed to the public as a preventive measure against the coronavirus
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They close beaches in Tabasco to prevent coronavirus. (Twitter / @ Sec_Gob_Tab)
As of this Wednesday, the beaches of the municipalities of Paraíso and Centla, in Tabasco , will remain closed to the public as a preventive measure against the coronavirus COVID – 19 , reported the municipalities of these towns.
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The above, after the Health Commission of the state Congress warned yesterday that this day would approve a point of agreement to compel mayors to cooperate with the Secretary of Health in the application of the provisions for the health alert caused by the disease.
The deputies were forced to act because last weekend, when health authorities had already proposed avoiding public meetings and keeping a distance to avoid contagions, the beaches of those Tabasco municipalities were filled with walkers who took advantage of the long weekend.
Through a statement, the commune of Paraíso indicated that in view of the preventive measures issued by the state government and the federal Ministry of Health against the disease, citizens will not be able to go to the various recreational centers and public places , in order to avoid crowds.
Also the municipal presidency of Centla reported that as of this Wednesday it is prohibited for beach concessionaires to allow entry to the general public.
The beach tourist sites will be patrolled by the State Civil Protection Institute, elements of the Mexican Navy-Navy Secretariat and by agents of the municipal police.
Bathers who are caught will be ordered to leave the place and the risks of contracting coronavirus in public places will be explained.
With information from Notimex