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Restrictions for these swap meets in Tijuana due to COVID-19

The border city accumulates 165 active cases out of the 453 registered in Baja California.

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The Secretary of Health Alonso Perez Rico revealed the neighborhoods where the most active cases of coronavirus are located, and in which due to this, swap meets will have restrictions during this week and until next Tuesday.

Specifically, swap meet markets will only have stalls selling perishable products, food and hygiene products.

It is worth mentioning that of the 453 active cases located today in Baja California, 165 are in Tijuana, many of them concentrated in the following neighborhoods: Jardin, El Pipila and Maclovio Rojas.

Of the rest of the municipalities, the neighborhoods with the most active cases and where these markets should also follow the recommendations are:

-Tecate: Lazaro Cárdenas, Emiliano Zapata, El Descanso, Cuauhtemoc, La Haciendo and Downey.
-Rosarito: Aztlan and Anexa Obrera.
-Mexicali: Baja California, Esperanza, Conjunto Urbano Orizaba, Villa Florida, Hacienda del Rio, Islas Agrarias A, Valle Dorado, Corregidora, Flores Magon, Alameda, Pro Hogar, Hidalgo Quinta del Rey, Villa del Rey Segunda Etapa, Villa del Rey Etapa Tres.
-Mexicali Valley: Ciudad Morelos, Benito Juarez, Nuevo Leon, Durango and Guadalupe Victoria.
-San Felipe: First Section San Felipe
-Ensenada: Valle Dorado (river section), Villa Residencial del Real, Tercer Ayuntamiento and Valle Verde.
-San Quintin: Nuevo México, Vicente Guerrero, Camalu and San Quintín.

Authorities continue to ask the population not to conglomerate, to keep social distance and to use masks.

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