Children will now be able to enter supermarkets in Baja California

The Secretary of Health also mentioned that these facilities will be able to have a 75% capacity

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During the COVID-19 cases update, Health Secretary Alonso Perez Rico said that as of this Monday, September 28, minors will be able to enter supermarkets or markets.

The above with the purpose of supporting "those mothers who are single mothers and who are going to stock their pantry with children," mentioned Perez Rico, who also pointed out that these establishments will be able to have a capacity of 75%, compared to the rest of public places that can only have 50% of their capacity.

The Secretary of Health also indicated that "the requirement that will be asked to the markets, OXXOS supermarkets and large supermarkets, is that these vulnerable groups are allowed to make their payment of food in a priority way, that they are assigned a line to quickly enter with their children, which all must bring their face masks, pay quickly and leave the establishments".

This is how the state begins the change of color from red to orange of the COVID-19 epidemiological traffic light chart.

Until today, 343 active cases are reported, 19 thousand 185 positive cases accumulated, 3 thousand 505 Baja Californians have died because of this virus, and at least 11 thousand 208 patients have been recovered in the region.

What do you think of this new color? Do you think Baja California will soon turn green?

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