Mazatlan make tourists aware of security protocols


They carry out 9 water rescues, an act is drawn up against a nightclub and 32 offenses are carried out against motorcyclists and transporters during the weekend

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- During the weekend in Mazatlán, through Operation Networks, the City Council made around 7,260 people aware of the safety and health protocols that they must comply within the framework of the new normality due to Covid- 19.

According to the balance of results, during Saturday and Sunday, an influx of 15 thousand 385 people was estimated, of which 7 thousand 725 were in the different beach areas and the rest at some point on the coastal strip.

Regarding reviews of nightclubs, restaurants, and bars, the Civil Protection coordinator, Eloy Ruiz Gastélum, participated in the operation with which an establishment was reprimanded for allowing access to two apparently underage women since they did not show Your ID.

“We continue with the operation of supervision of clubs, bars, and restaurants. The last result we have is that the capacity is well below the capacity that had been estimated. In general, the meetings that have been held to approach them have been very productive and the results are here today. It is a joint operation, coordinated by the Operative Networks where the elements of the Secretariat of Public Security, Tourist Police, Municipal Transit, Civil Protection, Senior Officials Office, Subdirectorate of Commerce, Profeco, participate. representatives of the Delegation of Alcohol and Civil Protection of the State Government, “ said the official.

As part of the services provided by the different municipal agencies, 9 people were rescued from the sea when they were swept away by ocean currents; elements of Aquatic Rescue and Civil Protection provided 10 different medical care; a minor was found lost and returned to his family; in addition, 37 people were arrested for administrative offenses.

Municipal Traffic made 16 offenses against motorcyclists for not wearing a helmet or documentation; while Roads and State Transportation raised 16 minutes to charioteers and pneumonia for not complying with health protocols or exceeding the allowed sound level.


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