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Are the posadas over? If you have a meeting, you could be fined 8,000 pesos in Mexico City

The number of COVID-19 patients in the capital continues to rise and with it the pressure from the authorities to avoid infections.

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  • Mexico City registers the most accumulated cases in the country and alone accounts for 20% of all registered cases by resident company.
Are the posadas over? If you have a meeting, you could be fined 8,000 pesos in Mexico City
Are the posadas over? If you have a meeting, you could be fined 8,000 pesos in Mexico City

Are you thinking of a party in Mexico City? It is important to know that according to the capital city government, you could be fined eight thousand pesos. This is a measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

As published in the Official Gazette of December 4, the committees and administrators of the surveillance of residential units and condominiums can grant the appropriate authorities access to stop activities that do not comply with hygiene measures, as long as the neighbors so request. .

As of that date, Mexico has collected a total of 1,182,249 confirmed cases and 110,074 deaths, according to the December 7th COVID-19 report. Of the confirmed cases, Mexico City registers the most accumulated cases in the country, accounting for 20% of all registered cases by resident company alone.

For this reason, the government of the capital urges citizens to avoid meetings such as posadas or Christmas parties in order to stop the chain of infection. “It has been proven that there is a high level of contagion at these meetings. Let’s only share with those of us who live at home, ”said Claudia Sheinbaum, head of government, on her Twitter account.

How do I report a meeting?

Neighbors wishing to report this type of act can do so in front of the C-5, which will hand them a sheet to send to the Civil Security Secretary (SSC) agents, who can suspend the sessions.

According to Article 87 Section I of the Federal District Real Estate Condominium LawToday Mexico City fines 10 to 100 times the current Mexico City account unit “for failures that affect the peace and quiet or comfort of condo life.” This corresponds to 868.8 to 8,688 pesos.

We know Christmas is a time to celebrate with family. However, in the current context, there is a need to resort to online meeting options that will allow us to stop infections and protect those we love most.

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