You’re invited to participate in Queretaro new cleaning day in the Historic Center on July 19th


Merchants from 15 associations and residents of 80 neighborhoods are expected to participate in the 13th Cleaning Day in the Historic Center that will take place next Monday, July 19 at 10:30 a.m., where the massive delivery of two thousand face masks to raise awareness among the population about the importance of their use to reduce the risk of COVID-19 infections.

Members of the Alliance for the Historic Center and the delegate of the demarcation, Salvador Martínez Ortiz, called on the population to join in the cleaning days in the delegation to be carried out on July 19 at 10:30 in the morning; They will start on Pasteur street.

The delegate of the Historic Center, Salvador Martínez Ortiz, indicated that the tour will begin in the 5 de Mayo and Pasteur walkway, it will go down until it reaches Corregidora where the associations of merchants, hoteliers, restaurant owners, and residents, as well as the Municipal Coordination of Civil Protection, they will deliver 2 thousand face masks, in addition to the 33 thousand face masks that have already been delivered throughout this year.

The presidents of the different sectors that work and reside in the delegation of the Historic Center exhorted citizens to be vaccinated and maintain the sanitary measures recommended by the authority to maintain social and commercial activities in the best possible way.

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Although the call has already been implemented twelve times for the Center, Myrna Villanueva, a member of the Alliance, called on the rest of the delegations to join in to contribute to the cleanliness and image of the municipality.

In addition, he stressed that community coexistence in order to keep the city in good condition would bring a collective benefit.

Among those present were Antonio Torres, president of the Alliance for the Historic Center; Erika Gracida, representative of the Association of Merchants of the Historic Center; Abel Sánchez Treviño president of the Parking Association and José Antonio Maquea Salinas.


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