The capital’s restaurateurs accepted the invitation of the Prime Minister of Mexico City.
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This story originally appeared on Mexico Unknown
By Rodrigo Osegueda
Claudia Sheinbaum, Prime Minister of Mexico City, suggested Postpone the celebration of Mother’s Day. The prime minister of the capital proposed a provisional date 10th of July.
For the next May 10, government agencies have deterred family celebrations. The aim is to avoid coronavirus infections at family celebrations and business relationships. The measures taken include the closure of markets and pantheons.
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The prime minister also announced one with the intention of paying tribute to the capital city’s mothers virtual programming in his honor. From 12:00 p.m. two groups of Mariachis will sing The morning Mothers, among others. A concert will take place at 8 p.m., which will include Tania Libertad, Joan Manuel Serrat, Pablo Milanés and Daniela Romo.
The head of government did a call to the population to celebrate from afar through calls and video calls. He also invited the date of the celebration of the Mother’s Day until July 10th.
Which in turn the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Food Industry (CANIRAC) and other restaurant representatives accepted Sheinbaum’s invitation. According to the organization, a postponement of the celebration can help start early Loss recovery, because Mother’s Day is one of the most economical consequences of the year.
The Secretary for Economic Development, Fadlala Akabani, for his part reported that they had made agreements with 1Restaurants so that they don’t deliver more than four grocery packages per address. This is to prevent families from coming together and causing massive infections.