The Mexico City prime minister said non-payment of housing income was one of the effects of the pandemic.
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- The head of government assured that another rescue program is already being prepared to complement the one presented in June.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created great difficulty paying real estate rent. Faced with such a situation, Mexico City’s Prime Minister Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo announced that an economic reactivation plan is being drawn up that includes strategies to help citizens who pay real estate rents.
In a video conference, he explained that the pandemic affected the local economic part and resulted in non-payment of income as part of the citizenship lost liquidity to pay for their homes.
“Next week we are unveiling the September-December economic reactivation program for the city, which takes several measures, one of which also has to do with helping citizens on income,” he added.
The new program is supported by the federal government and supported by various chambers of commerce and the local secretariats for administration and finance, economic development and labor and employment promotion.