The head of Inspection and Verification, Adolfo García Dworak, announced the suspension of the activities of nine bars that did not have a restaurant business, as well as the closure of three stores and the application of 45 fines, as part of the operations implemented this weekend in Tijuana to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
According to Director Dworak, the nine bars that were operating as restaurants, and which were closed, are El Copeo, El Club, El Skipe, El Perico, Cantaritos Tarros, Jaggers, Tasting Room, Cervecería Cacho and Ancara.
On the other hand, a fruit store, the Aguavida Spa and the Lion Sport Bar, located in the Sánchez Taboada, Centro and La Presa Abelardo L. Rodríguez branches respectively, were closed for not complying with the corresponding health regulations during the health contingency, which is why 14 fines were also applied to established businesses and 31 ambulatory businesses.
As reported in a press release, the Inspection and Verification Department supervised 102 bars and restaurants.
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