22 Tijuana establishments were suspended in November due to lack of protocols

Of the 36 verifications carried out by COEPRIS, the border city registers a large part of the suspensions, which will remain until 2021

Photo by: Melina Veytia Estrada

During a live broadcast, Baja California Health Secretary Alonso Pérez Rico confirmed this Thursday that so far in November, the State Commission for Protection Against Sanitary Risks (COEPRIS) has suspended the activities of at least 36 establishments in the state due to the lack of health and safety protocols for COVID-19.

Of this total of businesses, 22 were in Tijuana: eight clinics, seven restaurants and seven bars.

Without giving names and details about these suspensions, Pérez Rico indicated that they will not open this year.

The rest of the cancelled activities were located in Mexicali (12) and Ensenada (2). In the case of Mexicali, the establishments closed by COEPRIS were: four bars, three rehabilitation centers, three self-service centers, one taquería and one pharmacy. In the case of the port of Ensenada it was a restaurant and a leather shop.

Regarding Rosarito and Tecate, the Health Secretary mentioned that these two municipalities will be verified this Thursday by the COEPRIS.

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