The Mayor of Tijuana, Karla Patricia Ruiz Macfarland, met this morning with tourism and health sector officials of the State, as well as with representatives of the medical clusters, in order to prepare for the upcoming border reopening and thus strengthen security strategies for the welfare of domestic and foreign tourism.
During the gathering, held in the meeting room of the Mayor's Office, the Mayor informed that permanent operations are carried out at the checkpoints by the Inspection and Verification Department, in partnership with the elements of the SSPCM, to protect the integrity of the citizens.
He also highlighted the work that the XXIII Tijuana City Hall carries out in favor of the community, and said that the work between the authorities and the private sector will continue, in order to strengthen the Municipal Development Plan 2020-2021.
The Secretary of Tourism of Baja California, Ivette Casillas Rivera, explained the reasons for the event, and afterwards, each project leader offered his or her point of view on the preventive plans and programs in the areas of security, commerce and traffic signs, that is to say, mainly measures focused on those who visit the city from abroad.
Likewise, the areas of opportunity for the improvement of well-being, mobility and development of Tijuana were discussed with the head of the Secretariat of Economic Development (Sedeti), Gabriel Camarena Salinas, the Secretary of Municipal Security and Citizen Protection (SSPCM), Pedro Cruz Camarena, and the Secretary of Territorial, Urban and Environmental Development (SDTUA), Patricia Peterson Villalobos, who serve as the main leaders of the project.
For his part, the President of Baja Health Cluster and representative of medical tourism, Ricardo Vega Montiel, highlighted the work being done by the sector facing the new normality and the reinforcement they are doing by placing the proper traffic signs at strategic points, facilitating the mobility of citizens visiting the municipality.