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States will adjust to federal strategy of economic reopening between agreements and disagreements

With divided positions on the plan announced by the federal government, state leaders are ready to resume economic activities. With divided positions, restrictions and refusals, governments will resume the strategies for opening up economic activities announced by the federal government. The Governor of Coahuila,Miguel Riquelme Solís, rejected this Wednesday the strategy of reopening social, educational and economic activities announced by the Federal Government; He assured that he arrives at Coahuila at the wrong time. “The strategy does not correspond to the reality and economic activity of Coahuila, in addition to the fact that the decision to open industrial activities related to the automotive, mining and construction sectors comes late,” he said. The federal project includes 259 municipalities called “de la esperanza” where there is no record of positive cases of COVID 19; a dozen of them belong to Coahuila.

However, for the Coahuilense president, the federation does not know the conditions of these populations in relation to the most important municipalities in the state. “I do not believe in the traffic lights that are setting us today, they do not apply; I think they do not know Guerrero, Hidalgo, Viesca, Parras, Cuatrociénegas and, much less, Saltillo, Torreón, Monclova, Piedras Negras, Acuña and Ramos Arizpe, “he emphasized. In “Guerrero,” the governor, Héctor Astudillo, indicated that the return to economic and social activity will be made respecting the sanitary measures according to the circumstances in each municipality. Astudillo Flores stressed that the return to normality will be carried out in three stages to promote an orderly and cautious gradual reopening to make it safe and durable. He also mentioned that the stages of return to activities will take place from May 18 to June 1 in a gradual manner.

Alejandro Tello Cristerna, Governor of “, Zacatecas,” considered the traffic light to be adequate for the return to the new normal after the meeting of the country’s governors with various federal officials. Regarding the return to school on June 1, he commented: “I do not see it feasible, we will be in a high moment of contagion.” The governor of “, Yucatan,” Mauricio Vila Dosal, reported that starting next May 18 The gradual reopening of industries in the state will begin. Aerospace, aeronautics and automotive are the first to start operations, the construction sector will be activated on June 1.

In a message broadcast through their social networks, the Yucatecan president He specified that the decision was made after listening to the opinion of public health experts and analyzing the particularities of the evolution of the pandemic in our state. In “Jalisco,” 80 percent of the establishments in the productive sector will open their curtains, although the coordinator of the Economic Cabinet, Alejandro Guzmán Larralde, was emphatic when reporting that phase zero will last at least two weeks and that in case of any rebound in the incident The contagion company will reset the health alert.

The Governor of “, Tamaulipas,” Francisco Cabeza de Vaca pointed out that the reactivation of economic activities will take place in stages, giving priority to essential companies and to all those that meet the essential health requirements. However, he did not anticipate a date to start this reactivation because, he said, it will depend on the behavior of COVID-19 cases in the state.

Source:El Financiero


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