For November 1 and 2, on the occasion of the Day of the Dead, the cemeteries of Mexico City will allow their opening to the public.
The authorities of Mexico City announced that this year permission will be given for the opening of cemeteries on the occasion of the traditional festivities of the Day of the Dead, since a year ago access was suspended and denied due to the contingency Covid-19 health.
The head of government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, affirmed that the pantheons will open their doors and all sanitary measures will be applied because there is still a contingency due to Covid-19. “If there are going to be measures of healthy distance, everything that has to do with sanitation, gel …” , he affirmed.
During the morning conference of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the capital president pointed out that, “the commemorations that are made in the different places of our city, particularly in Mixquic and in all the pantheons of Mexico City, that the entrance, always with a healthy distance and some preventive measures ”.
What will be the sanitary measures that will have to be followed?
For next November 1 and 2, the people who attend the various pantheons located in Mexico City will have to comply with the monitoring of all the corresponding sanitary measures due to the sanitary contingency that has been decreasing in recent weeks.
- Healthy distance
- Use of gel
- Use of face masks
Claudia Sheinbaum, head of government of Mexico City, affirmed that each of the pantheons located in the heart of Mexico will have the responsibility of advising visitors of the sanitary measures that they must follow in order to prevent positive cases of Covid from increasing. -19.