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No “chelas”! There will be a dry law in Mexico City at Christmas and New Years

The 16 mayors will stop selling alcohol from Friday to Sunday, due to the increase in cases of coronavirus in the capital.

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No “chelas”! There will be a dry law in Mexico City at Christmas and New Years
No “chelas”! There will be a dry law in Mexico City at Christmas and New Years

The Christmas and New Year holidays are just around the corner, just at the moment that the Mexico City (CDMX) is going through a season of maximum alert due to a sharp increase in infections and hospitalizations due to COVID-19. That said, the country’s capital will have a “dry law” for Christmas and New Years.

After the thirty-seventh notice in the Capital Gazette, in any area that including Mexico City is alternately suspended in the 16 parishes, Activities related to the sale of alcoholic beverages on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

The foregoing means that commercial establishments operating as grocery stores, supermarkets licensed to sell liquor, and self-service stores will be prohibited from selling alcoholic beverages of any strength on Friday 25th and 31st December.

It should be noted that this notice iIncludes a take-away or online home delivery service that sells or gives away alcoholic beverages. according to the agreements of the respective mayors.

It is worth remembering that the federal, capital government and Mexican health officials announced last Friday that the December 19 to January 10 CDMX and Edomex You are at a red light This means that non-essential activities will be suspended.

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