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What are the 323 Municipalities of La Esperanza that could restart activities this May 18

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There are 324 the municipalities of hope those who would return to new normal from next 18 of May, Hugo López-Gatell, undersecretary of Prevention and Health Promotion, reported this Saturday.

Are demarcations than they have no cases neither confirmed nor suspected of coronavirus nor municipalities neighbors who have infections of the illness. The most is found in Oaxaca, one of the poorest states in Mexico.

Although it had been said that they would be 269, this Saturday López-Gatell updated the figure to 324. Oaxaca, with 213, is the entity of the country that more territorial units has no cases confirmed from COVID-19 in the last 28 days.

Jalisco has 2. 3 municipalities that fall into this category, while Sonora has 16; Puebla, 13; Guerrero and Veracruz, 12.

Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)
Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)

Other states in Mexico with municipalities of La Esperanza are Chihuahua (8), Nuevo León (7), San Luis Potosí (6), Chiapas (5), Tamaulipas (4), Michoacán (3), Hidalgo and Yucatán (1).

López-Gatell remarked that as soon as any of these 324 territorial units detect a new casethese will pass of the green color at the traffic light that the Ministry of Health will use to determine what type of activities can be carried out, to red.

"So will proceed, in accordance with local regulations, but with federal criteria, to close the mobility in public space ”, he explained.

"Over several weeks we identify that distribution of the epidemic in Mexico does not have a homogeneous distribution, not all they have the same intensity of transmission"Hugo López-Gatell pointed out.

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Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)
Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)

The President Andrés Manuel López Obrador he said that the restart of activities in the municipalities of hope it's optionalThat saying, if demarcations marked they don't want to return to the new normal they will not be forced nor will there be legal repercussions.

In that framework, municipal presidents from the Zapotec indigenous zone, Sierra Norte region of Oaxaca, rejected unanimously resume activities paramount next May 18, even if the federal health authority them gave the green light

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, when considering them free from contagion due to COVID-19 disease, as published Excelsior on your portal.

According to the newspaper, Luis Pacheco Rodríguez, municipal president of Ixtlán de Juárez, made it known that the 26 aediles, grouped in the Liberal Union of Municipalities of the Sierra Juárez, refuse to relax the sanitary restrictions, so that "will keep the sanitary filters installed at the entrances to their municipalities ”.

Through a message he explained that the communities named as of hope, yet are not ready to open their filters and return to class on Monday, May 18, as announced by President López Obrador, because fear they show up COVID-19 infections.

Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)
Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)
Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)
Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)
Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)
Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)
Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)
Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)
Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)
Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)
Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)
Coronavirus Conference (Photo: SSA)

So it will be until the first fortnight of June when each town hall will take their decisions and "after that they could resume the social activities and educationalbut not in the meantime ”.

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Municipalities that make up the Liberal Union of Municipalities of the Sierra Juárez:

1.- Drones. 2.- Guelatao de Juárez. 3.- Ixtlán de Juárez. 4.- Nativity. 5.- San Juan Atepec. 6.- San Juan Chicomezúchil. 7.- Saint John the Evangelist Analco. 8.- San Juan Juquila Vijanos. 9.- San Juan Quiotepec. 10.- Capulálpan de Méndez. 11.- San Miguel Aloapam. 12.- San Miguel Amatlán. 13.- San Miguel del Río. 14.- San Miguel Yotao. 15.- Saint Paul Macuiltianguis. 16.- San Pedro Yanerí. 17.- San Pedro Yolox. 18.- Santa Ana Yareni 19.- Santa Catarina Ixtepeji. 20.- Santa Catarina Lachatao. 21.- Santa María Jaltianguis. 22.- Santa María Yavesía. 23.- Santiago Comaltepec. 24.- Santiago Laxopa. 25.- Santiago Xiacuí. 26.- New Zoquiapam. 27.- Teococuilco de Marcos Pérez.

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