80 businesses in Tijuana have been penalized for non-compliance with sanitary protocols

More than 200 stores were sanctioned in total, but only 80 were related to these protocols

Photo by: Ayuntamiento de Tijuana

Many businesses have been forced to close down since March, but with more than four months from the start of the pandemic, many of them need to be reactivated in order to survive. Because of this, some businesses have opened their doors but are unable to do so because the traffic light is still red.

Yesterday, through the official website of the city of Tijuana, they shared that because 80 businesses did not comply with the corresponding sanitary protocols, they had to be closed. According to details, 212 businesses were closed, but only 80 were related to the restrictions issued because of the pandemic.

Let ´s remember that since the coronavirus arrived in the region, extreme precautions have been taken, such as the use of mouth guards, constant hand washing and placing antibacterial gel in strategic places.

Also, many places that remain open have a policy of taking the temperature before allowing you to enter the facility and ask customers to take a safe distance, marking the separation distance with crosses. However, despite clear instructions and the real threat of coronavirus, some still fail to take appropriate action.

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