In Baja California it has gone to an orange traffic light
The state government announced that Baja California has turned to an orange traffic light regarding the epidemiological alert for Covid-19, while the mayor of Tijuana, Arturo González , said that the occupation in public spaces such as parks and beaches has increased to 50%.
Until yesterday afternoon, the Playas de Tijuana boardwalk remained closed and without access to the public. The case is different for the Morelos and De La Amistad parks, which now apart from being able to receive more visitors, will resume the rental of kiosks and grills to hold events.
It was reported that the 10 community centers of the DIF and the 24 municipal sports units will operate at 30% of their quota and it was urged that those businesses that have not reactivated their work approach the different secretariats in order to establish health protocols that allow it to reopen safely.
The mayor urged citizens not to lower their guard: “COVID-19 is not over yet. For the good of all, he continues to take care of the healthy distance and the use of face masks and thus all of Tijuana will come out of this pandemic faster.