Claudia Sheinbaum said the city will be orange starting Monday.
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This story originally appeared on Mexico Unknown
The doctor Claudia Sheinbaum PardoThe head of government of Mexico City announced at its daily press conference that the Mexican capital will get an orange light next Monday, so some activities are expected to resume.
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What activities are opened with the orange light?
- On June 29, domestic workers, retailers, will resume work, open clubs and sports facilities, and enable outdoor physical activity in the parks.
- The stores of the Historical Center will reopen on June 30th.
- The hotels will reopen with 30% of their capacity by June 1st. Depending on the size of their facilities, the restaurants are also operated with a capacity of 30 to 40% of their capacity.
- Activities on street markets and bazaars will resume on July 2nd.
- After agreeing and limiting the security measures, they will reopen aesthetic and hairdressing stores on June 3.
- On July 6th they will reopen shopping centers and department stores with 30% of their capacity.
Church services, cinemas, theaters, museums, clubs, galleries, amusement parks and libraries have been closed so far. When you pass the yellow light of the emergency room through Covid-19, further reopening is expected.