Escuinapa, Sinaloa (May 19, 2020).- Derived from the lack of product, most of the beer outlets in the municipality continue to be closed despite the suspension of the “Dry Law” throughout the State.
In a tour carried out by OEM, it could be observed that the stores that sell beer were all closed.
When questioning some of the managers of these establishments, they explained that they did not have stored beer, reason why they were unable to reopen.
Likewise, they said they did not know when they could be opening since until Tuesday May 19, they had not been informed if they were going to be supplied with the product anytime soon.
It should be remembered that the Governor of the Sinaloa, Quirino Ordaz Coppel announced the suspension of the “Dry Law” on Monday, May 18, which allows stores to sell the product.
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