Due to the 4th wave of Covid-19 in Baja California, gasoline usage might drop by 30%

He added that the gas oil sector recovered from the pandemic at the beginning of 2021

Following the discovery of a new strain of micron in Baja California, it was announced that mobility in the state would be limited to flatten the contagion curve and avoid deaths from the virus. As a result, classes will continue to distance themselves and reduce capacity, affecting the economy.

During a press conference, Alicia Zazueta Payán, Director of Eservices stated that this would result in a 30 percent decline in gasoline sales owing to the low mobility projected over the next three months, with April being the expected conclusion of Covid-19's fourth wave of infections.

He added that the fuel industry in Baja California rebounded after the pandemic at the beginning of 2021, even though expenses increased in the same way, based on worldwide reference prices, and that the type of change was a significant component in deciding to price.

Despite this, the cost of gasoline in Mexico is anticipated to climb by at least 7% by 2022, with a liter costing 22 pesos.

In Baja, California, the price of fuel will rise

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