CDMX casinos and bowling alleys will reopen next week


The head of government of Mexico City reported that despite the decrease in patients in hospitals, the CDMX will continue to show an orange traffic light.

Boliches, casinos y casas de apuesta reabrirán la próxima semana en la CDMX

Claudia Sheinbaum, the head of government of Mexico City, reported that the capital will continue to flash the epidemiological traffic light the following week (October 12-18) because the positive cases continue; However, he commented that as of Monday the casinos, bowling alleys, and betting houses will be able to reopen at times and measures established by the health authorities.

“We know that there is significant fatigue and a desire to return to normalcy, but it is important that we continue to take care of ourselves, that we continue to protect ourselves with preventive measures,” the head of government said this Friday in a videoconference.

The situation of positive cases of coronavirus in CDMX still continues and hospitalizations of patients with COVID-19 have a decrease, but there are still no possibilities of going to a yellow traffic light.

“There are different trends that we have had since the start of the decrease in hospitalized patients in the city, we had a very important decrease of 9% between September 15 and September 30 and in October we have had a constant”, explained Sheinbaum.

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The measures that casinos, clubs and houses should take

-30% capacity.
– Attendees can only be one hour.
-Hours from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

-Entrance with reservation.
-There will be no consumption of food and beverages in bowling alley areas.
-Maximum group of 6 people per bowling alley.

Casinos and betting houses

-Replace and sanitize the tiles after each game.
-The consumption of food or drinks is not allowed in the area of ​​machines or live games.
-Dealers or dealers must wear personal protective equipment.

The shops of the Historic Center may open from Monday to Sunday from October 18 and the Madero pedestrian corridor opens to double movement of people.


The Mexico City Post