The announcements are placed in places such as street markets, markets and public transportation with messages to alert people of the risk of people concentrating.
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To prevent COVID-19 infections in areas where people are concentrated in Mexico City, the capital government will place Signs to warn the public.
Ads are placed in places like Tianguis, markets, public transportation, among others, with messages like, “Be careful! High contagion zone ”,“ Keep your distance and do not touch anything ”and“ Alarm! High contagion zone “.
Signs like the ones shown here are alarming the population who will enter an area at high risk of infection, the capital city’s government said in its Twitter account.
“We are in phase 3 with more contagion and signaling is one way to make this visible,” said the head of government. Claudia Sheinbaum Pardoduring a video conference on the subject.
Danger zone signs are installed in conjunction with the 16 mayors In addition, the supply of antibacterial gel containing 70% alcohol to the public is being expanded.
Additional information is also provided so people can create their own face masks at home.
The head of government stressed that the purpose of the signage was to identify the population the places where there may be more transmission the disease so that it does not approach and, if it does, takes preventive measures of health and Sana Distancia, since a person can become infected and has no symptoms.
Remember that if you have symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath, you can send an SMS with the word “covid19” to 51515 and answer some questions for guidance. You can also run the test on the following page: www.test.covid19.cdmx.gob.mx.