The state’s health secretariat said the pandemic’s actions and behavior are being evaluated every day, so returning to the streets on June 1 is not certain.
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The end of detention to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Mexico City and the return to activities abroad not guaranteed until June 1stBecause the development of the epidemic of the COVID-19 coronavirus in the state capital is constantly being evaluated, the head of the state health ministry said Oliva López Arellano.
He explained that in a video conference No action is taken in advancea and clarified that infection tracking is carried out by the Federal Government Health Cabinet and the Valley of Mexico Sector Cabinet.
The official said that a “daily evaluation of what this possible behavior would look like towards the end of the month (May) and the evaluation of the conditions of so-called de-escalation every day” is being carried out.
The head of government Claudia Sheinbaumhad planned to resume activity in June to begin the family economy recovery, with a return that would be staggered to avoid an increase in the number of coronavirus infections.
López Arellano added: “There is nothing specific, there is a proposal from the Ministry of Health [Federal], but it works day after day ”.
The reactivation measures are assessed and implemented at the level of the Metropolitan Region of the Valley of Mexico (ZMVM), which also includes the municipalities of the State of Mexico and Hidalgo.