COVID in Jalisco: Traditional restaurants "the cloak" They should not ask for a vaccination certificate, says Pablo Lemus


This Friday the new measures begin to operate in Jalisco to avoid contagion of COVID-19, among which are that establishments such as clubs, bars, restaurant-bars, and casinos, among other establishments, must ask people over 18 for the certificate , proof of vaccination or negative PCR test, to enter.

However, detailed the mayor of Guadalajara, Pablo Lemus Navarro, traditional restaurants should not ask for any of these vouchers, since the measure is only applicable to those establishments in which an agglomeration of people is concentrated because they do not have enough space between tables.

“Just clarifying, the traditional restaurants called tablecloth should NOT ask for any vaccination certificate or proof, the mandatory measure is aimed at those with a restaurant bar license actually act as clubs,” reiterated the mayor of Guadalajara through his account of Twitter

Yesterday the municipality announced that during the operations that the council will mount, it will also be supervised that the restaurants bars also request the voucher because it has been identified that these places take advantage of their “restaurant” license, but allow in them agglomerations similar to those bars and clubs, increasing the risk of contagion among people who visit their establishments.

The establishments of the municipality that this weekend do not comply with these measures will be entitled to a warning, however, he added, if they do not comply with the request they could be closed as of the following week.






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