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A red light is sent in Mexico City: Claudia Sheinbaum

Recalling the previously announced financial support, the Prime Minister said that the income tax cut would be extended to restaurants in the city that keep their workers busy.

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A red light is sent in Mexico City: Claudia Sheinbaum
A red light is sent in Mexico City: Claudia Sheinbaum

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  • Sehinbaum recalled the previously announced financial support.
  • Small Business Income Tax Reduction (ISR) in the historic center will be extended to restaurants in the CDMX, provided jobs are retained.

The Mexico City (CDMX) stays in the red light that was announced three weeks ago. This means that they will stay non-essential activities closed. So announced Claudia Sheinbaum, Head of government of the city.

“The city is at a red light and has the same restrictions … future changes will depend on epidemiological indicators.” All of this is a consequence of a recovery in infections and deaths from COVID-19. Also a total hospital occupancy rate of 86.31 percent.

The official emphasized that thanks to the support from the federal government, hospital capacity in CDMX is growing.

Recording: Claudia Sheinbaum via YouTube.

Sehinbaum He recalled the previously announced financial support, of which there are 10,011 applications for microloans. “We have the opening of 50,000 so they can keep fulfilling their requests.”

Support for restaurant workers who already have 69,210 records and a limit of 100,000, but they would see the opportunity to expand if more were needed. And finally, the support of My Scholarship to Begin, from which 1,180,384 families have benefited.

On the other hand there is the reduction of income tax ((ISR) in January for small businesses in the historic center, a situation that will be extended to CDMX restaurants provided jobs are retained.

Business people who rent premises in the historic center also receive a 50 percent discount. This is thanks to an agreement between the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Economic Development and the Authority for Historic Centers with the main real estate companies in the region.

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